NOUNSMODIFIERS            ADJECTIVES                         PRONOUNS                           VERBS             ADVERBS ...
• An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun by describing, identifying, or quantifying words. An adjective usually precede...
• Adjectives always answer the questions:  •WHAT KIND?  •WHICH ONE?  • HOW MANY?  • HOW MUCH?• The process by which an adj...
• Give me the essay you wrote.• She was sick for a week.• We stayed in a hotel.• I can hear guitar music.• This is the Bri...
• Give me the essay you wrote.• She was sick for a week.• We stayed in a hotel.• I can hear guitar music.• This is the Bri...
• Modify verbs, adverbs and adjectivesAdverbs modifying VERBS• an adverb modifying a verb answers the  questions: •WHERE? ...
• It fell below.• I went there.• They arrived today.• He left early.• He ate hungrily.• He answered the test completely.
• It fell below.• I went there.• They arrived today.• He left early.• He ate hungrily.• He answered the test completely.
• An adverb modifying an adjective  answers only one question:  •TO WHAT EXTENT?  EXAMPLES:  •He was very glad.  •The answ...
• An adverb modifying an adjective  answers only one question:  •TO WHAT EXTENT?• EXAMPLES:  •He finished very quickly  •T...
AdverbsWhat adverbs are needed here?“My   doll’s broken,” Alice mumbledThe dog jumped upGeorge ate the burger
• What adverbs are needed  here?• “My doll’s broken,” Alice mumbled  tearfully.• The dog jumped up excitedly.• George ate ...
Adverbs     Match the verbs with suitable adverbs                               heavilyHe slept                           ...
Adverbs    Adverbs show how the action happens.  What is the most appropriate adverb here?                      silentlyTh...
1. The porkchops are         6. The package is inside.   being served now.         7. Our neighbors are2. The child cried ...
THE ROYAL ORDER OF ADVERBS Verb            Manner                           Place                Frequency                ...
1. Doug worked _________ __________ ___________.__yesterday           __slowly             __ in the yard2. She ______ cri...
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  1. 1. NOUNSMODIFIERS ADJECTIVES PRONOUNS VERBS ADVERBS ADJECTIVES ADVERBS
  2. 2. • An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun by describing, identifying, or quantifying words. An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies.
  3. 3. • Adjectives always answer the questions: •WHAT KIND? •WHICH ONE? • HOW MANY? • HOW MUCH?• The process by which an adjective modifies a word is called modification.
  4. 4. • Give me the essay you wrote.• She was sick for a week.• We stayed in a hotel.• I can hear guitar music.• This is the Brightwoods way.• I love Italian food.
  5. 5. • Give me the essay you wrote.• She was sick for a week.• We stayed in a hotel.• I can hear guitar music.• This is the Brightwoods way.• I love Italian food.
  6. 6. • Modify verbs, adverbs and adjectivesAdverbs modifying VERBS• an adverb modifying a verb answers the questions: •WHERE? •WHEN? •IN WHAT MANNER? •TO WHAT EXTENT?
  7. 7. • It fell below.• I went there.• They arrived today.• He left early.• He ate hungrily.• He answered the test completely.
  8. 8. • It fell below.• I went there.• They arrived today.• He left early.• He ate hungrily.• He answered the test completely.
  9. 9. • An adverb modifying an adjective answers only one question: •TO WHAT EXTENT? EXAMPLES: •He was very glad. •The answer was absolutely wrong. •She was extremely pale.
  10. 10. • An adverb modifying an adjective answers only one question: •TO WHAT EXTENT?• EXAMPLES: •He finished very quickly •The train was surprisingly fast. •She was unusually late.
  11. 11. AdverbsWhat adverbs are needed here?“My doll’s broken,” Alice mumbledThe dog jumped upGeorge ate the burger
  12. 12. • What adverbs are needed here?• “My doll’s broken,” Alice mumbled tearfully.• The dog jumped up excitedly.• George ate the burger greedily.
  13. 13. Adverbs Match the verbs with suitable adverbs heavilyHe slept patiently He charged furiouslyShe waited She fell soundly
  14. 14. Adverbs Adverbs show how the action happens. What is the most appropriate adverb here? silentlyThe dog barked eerily furiously
  15. 15. 1. The porkchops are 6. The package is inside. being served now. 7. Our neighbors are2. The child cried loudly. moving away.3. Several guests arrived 8. Ted excitedly answered late. the question.4. Julie beat the eggs 9. He recovered fully from briskly. the accident.5. Did you answer the test 10.The mangoes are completely? partly ripe.
  16. 16. THE ROYAL ORDER OF ADVERBS Verb Manner Place Frequency Time PurposeBeth enthusiasti- in the every before to keep inswims cally pool morning dawn shape. to get aDad into every before impatiently newspaperwalks town afternoon supper .Marjorie in her every beforenaps room morning lunch. In actual practice, of course, it would be highly unusual to have a string of adverbial modifiers beyond two or three (at the most). Because the placement of adverbs is so flexible, one or two of the modifiers would probably move to the beginning of the sentence: "Every afternoon before supper, Dad impatiently walks into town to get a newspaper." When that happens, the introductory adverbial modifiers are usually set off with a comma
  17. 17. 1. Doug worked _________ __________ ___________.__yesterday __slowly __ in the yard2. She ______ cries____________ ___________.__loudly __rarely __ at night3. They would have bought the car_________ ________ eventhough Dad seriously doubted its value.__strongly __yesterday __ in the yard4. Captain Jackson left the rally_________ ________ _______.__early __last night __ in the park5. The band_________ played _____________ ___________.__in the garage __loudly __ last night

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