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Course Title Grammar (2) …

Course Title Grammar (2)
Course Code& Number Eng 142
Credit hours 2X2= 4 hrs
Pre-requisite Eng 141
Instructor Dr. Shadia Yousef Banjar

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  • 1. ADVERBS<br />By<br /> Bodoor Atiq Alharbi<br />
  • 2. YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT<br /><ul><li>THE DEFINITION OF ADVERBS
  • 3. TYPES OF ADVERBS
  • 4. COMPARISON OF ADVERBS
  • 5. ORDER OF ADVERBS</li></li></ul><li>THE DEFINITION<br />Adverbs are words that modify:<br /><ul><li> a verb ( He drives slowly )
  • 6. an adjective ( David is extremely clever)
  • 7. another adverb ( She moved very slowly down the aisle )
  • 8. a whole sentence ( Luckily, the car stopped in time )</li></ul>Adverbs often tell when , where , why , how or how much something happens or happened.<br />
  • 9. types of adverbs<br />
  • 10. Many adverbs are formed by adding –ly to an adjective<br />Note :<br />There are some adjectives also end in –ly, including costly, manly, deadly, friendly, lively, and timely. <br />These are not adverbs<br />
  • 11. Forming comparative and superlative adverbs<br />Ly adverbs:<br />I speak English more fluently now than last year. <br />Jack is the most quietly student.<br />He drives less carefully than his brother.<br />
  • 12. Other adverbs :<br />He worked harder than ever before.<br />He is the fastest runner on the competition.<br />He came earlier than always.<br />
  • 13. Con you tell me where is the adjective and where is the adverb?!<br /> I’ll catch the early train.<br /> I woke up early this morning.<br /> This is the adj. because it comes before the n.<br /> This is the adv. because it comes after the v.<br />
  • 14. Irregular adverbs :<br />Her house is farther than mine.<br />Our team played worstof all.<br />Her hand writing is better than her friend.<br />
  • 15. Position of adverbs :<br />Adverb of manner :<br />it comes after the verb or at the end of the sentence.<br /> She sneaks quietly out of the house. <br />Their teacher speaks quietly.<br /> Adverb of time :<br /> -It usually come at the end of the sentence.<br />I will tell you the story tomorrow.<br /> -But if you want to emphasis on the time you should put it at the beginning of the sentence.<br /> Tomorrow, I will tell you the story .<br /> Adverb of place :<br /> -It comes after the direct object.<br />I didn’t see him here.<br /> -If there is no object it comes after the main verb<br />He stayed behind.<br />
  • 16. Adverb of degree :<br />- It comes before what it modifies.<br />The exam was so difficult . <br /> It was too hot.<br /> Adverb of frequency :<br /> -It comes before the main verb.<br /> I always get up at 6:00.<br /> -Or between the auxiliary and the main verb.<br />He doesn’t always play tennis.<br /> Mandy can usually play football on Sundays.<br /> -Or after the verb to be.<br />Susan is never late.<br /> -The adverbs often, usually, sometimes and occasionally can go at the beginning of the sentence.<br />Sometimes, I go swimming.<br /> -The adverbs rarely and seldom can go at the end of a sentence.<br /> He eats fish very seldom .<br />
  • 17. Order of adverbs: <br />There is a basic order in which adverbs will appear when there is more than one<br />
  • 18. Exercise: <br />1- Find the adjective in the first sentence and fill the gap with the adverb:<br /><ul><li>Joanne is happy. She smiles……………..
  • 19. The boy is loud. He shouts…………….
  • 20. Her English is fluent. She speaks English……………..
  • 21. Our mum was angry. She spoke to us…………..
  • 22. My neighbor is a careless driver. He drives…………….
  • 23. The painter is awful. He paints ………….
  • 24. Jim is a wonderful piano player. He plays the piano……………..
  • 25. This girl is very quiet. She often sneaks out of the house……………
  • 26. She is a good dancer. She dances really………….
  • 27. This exercise is simple. You……….. have to put one word in each space.</li></li></ul><li>2- Rewrite each sentence with the adverb in brackets in its correct position:<br />
  • 28. REFERENCES:<br />Interactions2 Grammar book <br />www.grammar.ccc.comment.edu<br />www.learnenglish.ed<br />www.englisch-hilfen.de<br />

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