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  • 1. Adverb
  • 2. Let’s Incubus-ing
    I’m home alone tonight.Full moon illuminates my room, and sends my mind a flight.I think I was dreaming up some thoughts that were seeminglyPossible...with you.So I call you on the tin can phone.We rendezvous at a quarter-two, and make sure we’re alone.I may have found a way for you and I to finally fly free. **When we get there, we’re gonna go far away. Making sure to laugh; while we experience anti-gravity.
    Anti-gravity, anti-gravityFor years, I kept to myself.Now potentialities are bound, and sleeping under my shelf.Simply choose your destination from the diamond canopy,And we’ll be there.So I call you on the tin can phone.We rendezvous at a quarter-two, and make sure we’re alone.I may have found the way for you and I to finally be free
    repeat **
  • 3. Now, let’s Adverb-ing
    Adverbs are used to describe verbs. Generally, adverbs tell HOW, WHEN and WHERE the verbs happen
    Some examples of adverbs that tell how an action takes place:
    quickly, slowly, lazily, higher, lower, nicely, patiently
    Some examples of adverbs that describe when something happens:
    soon, yesterday, now, today, always, never often
    Some examples of adverbs that describe where something happens:
    here, there, inside, outside, around, through, beneath
  • 4. Adverbs are also used to describe adjectives
    That ice cream is extremely delicious
    The politician’s speech was terribly obnoxious
    The other use of adverbs is to describe another adverbs
    The guards checks our student cards meticulously carefully
    We jumped frantically happily because the class was cancelled
  • 5. The Family of Adverbs
    Adverbs of manner – answer the question HOW
    He laughed hysterically at me
    How did he laugh? (hysterically)
    Kim drives her new Bentley recklessly
    How does she drive? (recklessly)
    Other examples :happily, readily, tidily, cautiously, funnily, irritatingly, nervously, foolishly, beautifully, justly
  • 6. The Family of Adverbs-contd
    Adverbs of place – answer the question WHERE
    Willy Wonka lives there
    Where does Willy Wonka live? (there)
    Charlie found Willy Wonka chocolate bar here
    Where did Charlie find Willy Wonka chocolate bar? (here)
    Other examples: anywhere, around, behind, elsewhere, everywhere, hereabout, inside, outside, somewhere
  • 7. The Family of Adverbs-contd
    Adverbs of time – answer the question WHEN
    I went to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory yesterday
    when did I go to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory? (yesterday)
    Willy Wonka will hand over the golden ticket immediately
    When will Willy Wonka hand over the golden ticket? (immediately)
    Other examples :instantly, nowadays, tonight, now, lately, hereafter, tomorrow, temporarily, soon, recently, presently
  • 8. The Family of Adverbs-contd
    Adverbs of degree – answer the question TO WHAT EXTENT
    To what extent was the class empty when I came? (almost empty)
    I can hardly wait for her
    To what extent can I wait for her? (hardly)
    Other examples : nearly, absolutely, greatly, enough, partly, totally, altogether, extensively
    The class was almost empty when I came
  • 9. The Family of Adverbs-contd
    Adverbs of frequency – answer the question HOW OFTEN
    Willy Wonka rarely goes out of his chocolate factory
    How often does Willy Wonka go out? (rarely)
    Willy Wonka never shaves his moustache
    How often does Willy Wonka shave his moustache? (never)
    Other examples : usually, frequently, sometimes, occasionally, rarely, never, generally, ever, hardly ever, regularly, hourly, annually, monthly
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