11 Grade   Adverbs   Functions, Types, Placement, And Meaning
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  • Adverbs: Functions, Types, Placement, and Meaning
    Part VII: Adverbs
  • UnitOverview
    In thisunit, particular emphasisisgivento:
    Sentenceorviewpointadverbs (actually, clearly, hopefully)
    Focusadverbs: Changingthe position of a focusadverboftenchangesthemeaning of a sentence (Onlyteenagers can attend. Teenagers can onlyattend.).
    Negative and otheradverbsrequiringinversion (Rarely do peoplemake a career of themilitary.)
  • Background Notes
    Call-in radio and TV programs are very popular in theUnitedStates and oftengivelistenersorviewersthe chance toexpressopinionson controversial issues. In thereading, thetheme of discussingdivisivetopicsfocusesonmilitaryservice; in particular, thereading explores questionsconcerningthedraft (thesystem in whichpeoplemustjointhemilitary) and women in themilitary and in combat.
  • Vocabulary
    Controversial: causing a lot of disagreement, becausemanypeoplehavestrongopinionsaboutthesubjectbeingdiscussed.
    Voluntary: done willingly, withoutbeingforcedorwithoutbeingpaid.
    Combat: organizedfighting, especially in a war.
    Stereotype: an idea of what a particular group of peopleislikethatmanypeoplehave, especiallyonethatiswrongorunfair.
    Spirited: havingenergy and determinationorshowinghisquality.
  • Vocabulary
    Adopt: toformallyapprove a proposal, especiallybyvoting.
    Vaccine: a substancewhichcontains a weakform of the bacteria or virus that causes a disease and isusedtoprotectpeoplefromthatdisease.
    Gambling: thepractice of riskingmoneyorpossessionsbecauseyoumightwin a lot more if a cardgame, race, etc. has theresultyouwant.
    Lottery: a gameusedtomakemoneyfor a stateor a charity in whichpeoplebuynumbered tickets, so thatiftheirnumberispickedby chance, theywinmoneyor a prize.
    Dam: a specialwallbuiltacross a river, stream, etc. to stop thewaterfromflowing.
  • Vocabulary
    Militaryrecruiter: someonewhofinds new peopletojointhemilitary.
    Cloning: makinganexactcopy of a plantor animal bytaking a cellfromit and developingitartificially.
    Stomp: towalkwith heavy stepsortoputyourfootdownveryhard, especiallybecauseyou are angry.
    Roamaround: togoaroundwith no clearpurposeordirection.
  • ComprehensionQuestions
    Whatis Mike Burns’sopinion of themilitary in general?
    Serviceshouldbevoluntary. A lot of evilthingshavebeen done bymilitaryforces. Maybeweshouldn’tevenhavethem.
    Does Burns thinkthatwomen are tooweaktoserve?
    No, he doesn’tthinkfightingisfeminine.
  • ComprehensionQuestions
    Whatdoes Sarah Lopezthinkaboutvoluntarymilitaryservice?
    Shethinksmilitaryserviceshouldberequired.
    WhatisLopez’sreasonforsupportingrequiredmilitaryservice?
    It’stheonlywaytoensurefairtreatmentforall.
    Does Sarah Lopezbelievethatcombatisfeminine?
    Yes.