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Adverbs of manner3_ro

  1. 1. Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
  2. 2. Adverbs of manner • Adverbs of manner are the largest group of adverbs. Most adverbs of manner are closely related to corresponding adjectives. • In most cases, ly is simply added to the positive form of the adjective. For example:
  3. 3. • Adjective   • bad • complete • normal  • Surprising • Adverb of Manner • badly • completely • normally • Surprisingly
  4. 4. Adjectives ending in ic However, when the adjective ends in ic, the syllable al is usually added before the ly ending. For example: • Adjective • dramatic    • scientific    • specific • basic • Adverb of Manner • dramatically • scientifically • specifically • basically
  5. 5. Adjectives ending in le When the adjective ends in le preceded by a consonant, the final e is usually changed to y, to form the ly ending. For example: Adjective favorable humble simple Adverb of Manner favorably humbly simply
  6. 6. When the adjective ends in le preceded by a vowel, in most cases, ly is simply added to the positive form of the adjective. For example: Adjective agile sole Adverb of Manner agilely solely
  7. 7. However, in the case of the adjective whole, the final e is removed before the ending ly is added: Adjective  whole  Adverb of Manner wholly
  8. 8. Adjectives ending in ll When the adjective ends in ll, only y is added. For example: Adjective dull full shrill Adverb of Manner dully fully shrilly
  9. 9. When the adjective ends in ue, the final e is usually omitted before the ending ly is added. For example: Adjective due true Adverb of Manner duly truly
  10. 10. Adjectives ending in y When the adjective ends in y preceded by a consonant, the y is usually changed to i before the ending ly is added. For example: busy easy happy busily easily happily
  11. 11. However, in the case of the adjectives shy and sly, ly is simply added to the positive form of the adjective: shy sly shyly slyly
  12. 12. However, in the case of the adjective gay, y is changed to i before the ending ly is added: gay gaily
  13. 13. When the adjective ends in y preceded by a vowel, in most cases, ly is simply added to the positive form of the adjective. For example: coy grey coyly greyly
  14. 14. EXERCISES • Write the corrrect adverb to each word:

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