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    • Adverbs of Manner are used to say more about verbs. • • • • • Alice ate her hamburger quickly. Peter rides his bike carefully. My grandfather drives his car slowly. Andrea sings beautifully. The boy smiled happily.
    • With adverbs of manner you say how people do things. • Alice ate her hamburger quickly. • How did Alice eat her hamburger? • Quickly! • Peter rides his bike carefully. • How does Peter ride his bike? • Carefully!
    • Form • Adverbs of manner are often formed from adjectives by adding ‘ly‘ to the end of the adjective. • Adjective • • • slow careful bad slowly carefully badly • quick quickly - Adverb
    • Go to your teacher and ask for worksheet 1.
    • Special Forms • If an adjective ends in ‘y‘, you need to change the ‘y‘ to an ‘i‘ before adding ‘ly‘. • happy happily • If an adjective ends in ‘le‘, you need to change the ‘le‘ to ‘ly‘. • terrible terribly • If an adjective ends in ‘ic‘, you need to add ‘ally‘. • electronic electronically
    • Irregular Forms • Some adverbs have an irregular form. This means that you have to learn this form by heart. • • • • Adjective good fast hard Adverb well fast hard
    • Go to your teacher and ask for worksheet 2.
    • Word order • word order in sentences without an object: • after the verb • Sita reads well. • word order in sentences with an object • after the object • Sita plays chess well. Subject Sita Mother Subject Sita Mother Verb reads drives Verb plays drives Object Adverb well. carefully. Object Adverb chess well. her car carefully.
    • Go to your teacher and ask for worksheet 3.
    • The comparison of adverbs of manner 1 • Adverbs ending in ‘ ly‘ form the comparative by adding ‘ more ‘. • more quickly • Lisa reads more quickly. • Adverbs ending in ‘ ly ‘ form the superlative by adding ‘ most ‘. • most quickly • Alisa reads most quickly.
    • The comparison of adverbs of manner 2 • Sita works hard. Ben works harder. Sanjay works hardest. • Adverbs that have the same form as the adjective form the comparative by adding -er and the superlative by adding -est. • Adverb fast hard Comparative faster harder Superlative fastest hardest
    • The comparison of adverbs of manner 3 Special Forms Adverb well badly Comparative better worse Superlative best worst • Sita reads well, Debbie reads better, Jenny reads best. • Ben sings badly, Nick sings worse, Sanjay sings worst.
    • Go to your teacher and ask for worksheet 4.
    • Adjective or Adverb? • Adverbs are often created from adjectives, e.g. slow becomes slowly • Adjective – Peter is a slow reader. – What is Peter? – A slow reader. • Adverb – Peter reads slowly. – How does Peter read? – Slowly. • While adjectives tell you more about nouns, adverbs tell you more about verbs.
    • Go to your teacher and ask for worksheet 5.
    • Solution Worksheet No 1 • • • • • • • slowly quickly angrily worriedly helpfully nervously happily
    • Solution Worksheet No 2 • • • • • • • • • • • Exercise 1 1. angrily 4. terribly 7. badly 10. happily 13. easily Exercise 2 1. well 4. hard 7. terribly 10. easily 2. fast 5. thirstily 8. well 11. busily 14. slowly 3. beautifully 6. hungrily 9. stupidly 12. hard 2. carefully 5. beautifully 8. angrily 3. fast 6. happily 9. thirstily
    • Solution Worksheet No 3 • • • • • • • • 1. Bake the cake slowly for two hours. 2. The dog barked loudly when the phone started to ring. 3. Alice did her homework carefully. 4. The pupil cleaned the board quietly. 5. The man told Mike the way to the train station clearly. 7. We ate our lunch hungrily. 8. The police came fast after the accident. 9. The little boy cried sadly.
    • Solution Worksheet No 4 1. cheaply 2. funnily 3. nicely 4. badly 5. carefully 6. beautifully 7. nervously 8. well 9. fast 10. angrily more cheaply more funnily more nicely worse more carefully more beautifully more nervously better faster more angrily most cheaply most funnily most nicely worst most carefully most beautifully most nervously best fastest most angrily
    • Solution Worksheet No 5 1. tall, slowly, wonderful, excellent, badly, terrible 2. nice 3. difficult, easily, well 4. beautiful 5. badly 6. clearly 7. happy, cheerfully 8. quickly, unhealthy 9. good, beautifully 10. quiet