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  • 1. Name: ___________________________________________AdverbsAn adverb is a word that describes a verb.An adverb tells how, when, or where the verb happens.Many adverbs that tell how end with the letters ly.example: Joan pained slowly. Slowly describes the action painted.When you compare two actions, the adverb will often end with the letters eror est.example: Birds fly higher than insects. Higher describes the verb fly.Airplanes fly highest of all. Highest describes the action fly.Directions: Read each sentence and write the adverb that describes theunderlined verb.1. Karleigh carefully cuts her sandwich in half. __________________________2. Joey can swim faster than Collin. __________________________3. Deirdre sang the loudest. __________________________4. Who runs the quickest? __________________________5. Please speak quietly when you arein the library. __________________________6. Place the glass on the table gently. __________________________7. Joey spelled all the words on his spellinglist perfectly. __________________________8. Francine walked dangerously closeto the edge. __________________________Super Teacher Worksheets - http://www.superteacherworksheets.com
  • 2. Name: ___________________________________________AdverbsAn adverb is a word that describes a verb.An adverb tells how, when, or where the verb happens.Many adverbs that tell how end with the letters ly.example: Joan pained slowly. Slowly describes the action painted.When you compare two actions, the adverb will often end with the letters eror est.example: Birds fly higher than insects. Higher describes the verb fly.Airplanes fly highest of all. Highest describes the action fly.Directions: Read each sentence and write the adverb that describes theunderlined verb.1. Karleigh carefully cuts her sandwich in half. carefully2. Joey can swim faster than Collin. faster3. Deirdre sang the loudest. loudest4. Who runs the quickest? quickest5. Please speak quietly when you arein the library. quietly6. Place the glass on the table gently. gently7. Joey spelled all the words on his spellinglist perfectly. perfectly8. Francine walked dangerously closeto the edge. dangerouslySuper Teacher Worksheets - http://www.superteacherworksheets.com

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