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  • 1. Adverb  Review  
  • 2. What  words  does  an  adverb  modify?  
  • 3. What  words  does  an  adverb  modify?   •  Verb   •  Adjec9ve   •  Another  adverb  
  • 4. What  is  are  two  of  the  four  ques9ons   that  adverbs  answer?  
  • 5. What  are  two  of  the  four  ques9ons   that  adverbs  answer?   •  How?   •  When?   •  Where?   •  To  what  extent?  
  • 6. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     He  ran  upstairs.    
  • 7. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     He  ran  upstairs.    
  • 8. Which  of  the  four  ques9ons  does  this   adverb  address?     He  ran  upstairs.        
  • 9. Which  of  the  four  ques9ons  does  this   adverb  address?     He  ran  upstairs.     Where?        
  • 10. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for   very  long  days.        
  • 11. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for   very  long  days.        
  • 12. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for   very  long  days.     What  word  does  “very”  modify?        
  • 13. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for   very  long  days.     What  word  does  “very”  modify?     long        
  • 14. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for   very  long  days.     What  word  does  “very”  modify?     long     What  type  of  word  is  “long”?        
  • 15. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     At  the  end  of  the  year,  I  was  prepared  for  very   long  days.     What  word  does  “very”  modify?     long     What  type  of  word  is  “long”?     adjec/ve        
  • 16. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.      
  • 17. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.      
  • 18. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.     What  word  does  suddenly  modify?      
  • 19. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.     What  word  does  suddenly  modify?         opened      
  • 20. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.     Which  of  the  four  ques9ons  does  “suddenly”   answer?    
  • 21. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?     Suddenly,  the  door  opened.     Which  of  the  four  ques9ons  does  “suddenly”   answer?     How  the  door  opened.    
  • 22. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   The  muscular  weightliHer  was  quite  strong.    
  • 23. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   The  muscular  weightliHer  was  quite  strong.    
  • 24. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   The  muscular  weightliHer  was  quite  strong.   Could  “quite”  be  used  anywhere  else  in  the   sentence  and  s9ll  have  the  same  meaning?    
  • 25. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   The  muscular  weightliHer  was  quite  strong.   Could  “quite”  be  used  anywhere  else  in  the   sentence  and  s9ll  have  the  same  meaning?   No    
  • 26. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.  
  • 27. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.  
  • 28. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.   Could  “effortlessly”  be  placed  anywhere  else  in  the   sentence?  
  • 29. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.   Could  “effortlessly”  be  placed  anywhere  else  in  the   sentence?   Yes  
  • 30. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.   What  are  two  examples  of  where  it  could  be  used   otherwise?  
  • 31. What  is  the  adverb  in  this  sentence?   He  jumped  through  the  hoop  effortlessly.   What  are  two  examples  of  where  it  could  be  used   otherwise?   1.  Effortlessly,  he  jumped  through  the  hoop.   2.  He  effortlessly  jumped  through  the  hoop.   3.  He  jumped  effortlessly  through  the  hoop.  
  • 32. What  is  the  compara9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “near”?  
  • 33. What  is  the  compara9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “near”?   nearer    
  • 34. What  is  the  superla9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “near”?  
  • 35. What  is  the  superla9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “near”?    nearest    
  • 36. What  is  the  superla9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “frequently”?  
  • 37. What  is  the  superla9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “frequently”?    most/least  frequently    
  • 38. What  is  the  compara9ve  form  of  the   adverb  “eagerly”?  
  • 39. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?    He  was  very  serious  about  his  train  collec9on.    
  • 40. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?    He  was  very  serious  about  his  train  collec9on.   adjec/ve    
  • 41. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?    He  was  very  serious  about  his  train  collec9on.   Adjec/ve   What  is  the  adverb  in  the  sentence?  
  • 42. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?    He  was  very  serious  about  his  train  collec9on.   Adjec/ve   What  is  the  adverb  in  the  sentence?   very  
  • 43. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?   I’m  not  feeling  well.    
  • 44. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?   I’m  not  feeling  well.   Adjec/ve  –  “well”  is  used  as  an  adjec/ve  when  it   refers  to  health.    
  • 45. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?   She  played  very  well  at  the  concert  last  night.  
  • 46. Is  the  underlined  word  an  adverb  or  an   adjec9ve?   She  played  very  well  at  the  concert  last  night.   Adverb  

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