Jane jogged slowly. Jane arrived late. The children played upstairs.
Adverbs help to answer questions: Jane jogged slowly. Jane arrived late. The children played upstairs. When did Jane arrive? Where are they playing? How did she jog? verb verb verb
Can you find any Adverbs of Manner here? Verb: ‘moved’ Can you find any Adverbs of Time here? Verb: ‘meet up’ How did Willy move the spider? When will Hugh and Willy meet? “ Can I be of any help?” asked Willy, and he carefully moved the spider out of the way. Willy felt quite pleased with himself. “ Want to meet up tomorrow?” asked Hugh. Yes, that would be great,” said Willy.
Adverbs of Manner + suffix -ly Suffix are words you add at the end of another word. Here are some examples: Slow + -ly Slow ly Quick + -ly Quick ly Neat + -ly Neat ly Try these out: Sudden - ly Suddenly Faithful - ly Faithfully
Adverbs of Manner + suffix -ly Adverbs of Manner answers the question HOW How did the bus stop? Suddenly . How did you pack your bag? Neatly. How do you assemble after recess? Quickly and quietly. Notice that Adverbs of Manner end with suffix -ly
Can you find any Adverbs of Manner here? Once upon a time, there lived a sister and brother who were not at all alike. At night the brother slept soundly in his room while his sister would lie awake, listening to the noises at night. Whenever they were together, they fought and argued noisily. All the time. Adapted from The Tunnel – Anthony Browne