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Module #5 Adverb english presentation group 4 Module #5 Adverb english presentation group 4 Presentation Transcript

  • ADVERB
    An adverb is a part of speech that modifies a verb, an adjective and another adverb.
    An adverb indicates manner, time, place, or degree and answers questions such as how, when, where, in what manner or to what extent an action is performed.
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  • Adverb as Modifiers
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    • An adverb that modifies a verb
    Examples:
    • John speaks loudly.
    • Mike snored melodically.
    • Mary lives locally.
    • The seamstress quickly made the mourning clothes.
    • The midwives waited patiently through a long labour.
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    • An adverb that modifies an adjective
    • He is really handsome.
    • That was extremely kind of you.
    • They were really unhappy.
    • My brother is completely fearless.
    • I know she is very careful.
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    • An adverb that modifies another adverb
    • He drives extremely fast.
    • We urged him to dial the number more expeditiously.
    • He is almost always hungry.
    • John plays tennis very well.
    • You never can work too carefully.
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  • Some adverbs have no particular form.
    But not all words that end in
    -ly are adverbs.
    • Well
    • Fast
    • Very
    • Never
    • Always
    • Often
    • Still
    • Friendly
    • Lovely
    • Lonely
    • Neighbourly
    These words are adjectives
    Note that the form of adverb can also change to make it comparative or superlative.
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  • COMPARISON OF ADVERBS
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  • IRREGULAR COMPARISON
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  • ADVERB FORMATIONAdverbs that end in –ly are formed by adding –ly to an adjective, a present participle, or a past participle.
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  • Basic rules about spelling for –ly adverbs
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  • KINDS OF ADVERB
    ADVERBS OF MANNER
    Adverbs of Manner tell us the manner or way in which something happens. They answer the question “how?” Adverbs of Manner mainly modify verbs.
    Example
    • He speaks slowly.
    • They helped us cheerfully.
    • James bond drives his cars fast.
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  • List of common single-word adverbs of manner
    Accidentally angrily
    Anxiously awkwardly
    Badly beautifully
    Blindly courageously
    Enthusiastically gracefully
    Adverbs of manner that do not end in –ly
    Fast hard
    So well
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  • ADVERBS OF PLACE
    Adverbs of place tell us the place where something happens. They answer the question “where?”. Adverbs of place mainly modify verbs.
    Example
    • Please sit here.
    • They looked everywhere.
    • Two cars were parked outside.
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  • List of common single-word adverbs of place
    About above
    Anywhere behind
    Below downstairs
    Indoors under
    Nearby here
    Outside there
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  • ADVERBS OF TIME
    Adverbs of Time tell us something about the time that something happens. Adverbs of Time mainly modify verbs. They can answer the questions “when?”
    Example
    • He came yesterday.
    • I want it now.
    • He has not played chess recently.
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  • List of common single-word adverbs of time
    Now
    Then
    Today
    Tomorrow
    Tonight
    Yesterday
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  • ADVERBS OF DEGREE
    Adverbs of Degree tell us the degree or extent to which something happens. They answer the question “how much?” or “to what degree?”. Adverbs of Degree can modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
    Example
    • Alene entirely agrees with Clarissa.
    • Gina is very beautiful.
    • Jun drove quite dangerously.
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  • List of common single-word Adverb of Degrees
    Almost completely
    Absolutely deeply
    Extremely entirely
    Indeed highly
    Incredibly fully
    Perfectly enormously
    Positively greatly
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