Adverbs for Fourth Grade
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    Adverbs for Fourth Grade Adverbs for Fourth Grade Presentation Transcript

    • with We are going to have help learning about adverbs from… DANNY the DOG!
    • Adverbs… DESCRIBE - verbs, adjectives, sentences, or other adverbs Adverbs… describe a place, manner, or time Let’s have Danny the dog help show us what all this means!
    • Adverbs of place tell WHERE Where is Danny the dog?
    • Danny the dog is… There, outside, and on the road are all adverbs; they tell us WHERE Danny is. outside there on the road
    • Adverbs of manner tell How is Danny running? HOW
    • Danny the dog is running… Fast and very are adverbs; they both tell us HOW. HOW fast? fast very
    • Adverbs of time tell WHEN Yesterday, Wednesday, and today are all adverbs; they tell us WHEN Danny went running. yesterday When did Danny go running outside? Wednesday today
    • Also, adverbs of time tell HOW LONG A day and an hour are both adverbs; they tell us HOW LONG Danny went running. How long did Danny go running? a day an hour
    • Finally, adverbs of time tell HOW OFTEN Always, usually, sometimes, rarely, and never are all adverbs; they tell us HOW OFTEN Danny went running. How often does Danny go running? always 100% of the time usually sometimes rarely never 0% of the time
    • What has Danny the dog taught us? Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, sentences, and other adverbs! Adverbs of place tell where Adverbs of manner tell how The dog ran outside. The dog ran quickly. Adverbs of time tell when, how long, or how often The dog ran yesterday.
    • THE END!