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Adverbs part II


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Adverbs part II

  2. 2. General Objective •Improve communicative competence.
  3. 3. Specific Objective •To make the learner aware of the kinds of adverbs.
  4. 4. Previous Knowledge •The students know about verbs.
  5. 5. Activity • Certain action words eg-walk, write, paint, etc will be written on chits and but in a bowl. • The student will pick one chit and enact that particular action. • The rest of the class will recognize the action word and also provide an adverb for it. Eg- walk-slowly paint-evenly write-neatly shout-angrily
  6. 6. 4. Adverbs of Degree These adverbs show how much or to what extent a thing is done. They answer the question ‘How much?’- very, nearly, entirely, rather, almost, extremely, quite are adverbs of degree. Example- 1. In deserts the sun is extremely hot. 2. Sonia was very exhausted because she swam for many hours.
  7. 7. 5. Adverbs of Frequency These adverbs tell us how often or how frequently an action takes place. They answer the question ‘how often?’frequently, rarely, sometimes, often, little are adverbs of frequency. Example- 1. My brother is rarely late for office. 2. Jacob has secured the first position again.
  8. 8. 6. Interrogative Adverbs Adverbs which are used for asking questions are called Interrogative Adverbs. When , where, how, why are interrogative adverbs. Example- 1. Why did you miss the school bus? 2. Where did you go last night?
  9. 9. EXERCISE-2 Fill the blanks by converting the words in brackets into adverbs. 1. I miss my pet dog Tommy badly . (bad) 2. Colour both the paintings evenly with the brush. (even) 3. My friend replied to my letter promptly . (prompt) 4. I exercise regularly . (regular) 5. Reena is seriously ill. (serious)