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Adverbs of manners part 1 rules

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Adverbs of manners part 1 rules

  1. 1. 1 English Grammar - Adjectives & Adverbs
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  4. 4. When to useWhen to use • We useWe use adverbs of manneradverbs of manner to describeto describe how something happens.how something happens. ““He eats veryHe eats very happilyhappily.”.” ““John writesJohn writes quicklyquickly.”.” ““Old people usually driveOld people usually drive slowlyslowly.”.”
  5. 5. • We usually form adverbs of manner byWe usually form adverbs of manner by addingadding –ly–ly to the adjective.to the adjective. bad– badbad– badlyly careful – carefulcareful – carefullyly bright – brightbright – brightlyly loud – loudloud – loudlyly polite – politepolite – politelyly quick – quickquick – quicklyly slow - slowslow - slowlyly
  6. 6. • If the adjective ends inIf the adjective ends in lele ,, take offtake off thethe –e–e.. gentle – gentgentle – gentlyly simple – simpsimple – simplyly terrible – terribterrible – terriblyly
  7. 7. • If the adjective ends inIf the adjective ends in –y–y, we usually, we usually change thechange the –y–y toto –ily–ily.. angry – angrangry – angrilyily easy – easeasy – easilyily happy – happhappy – happilyily heavy – heavheavy – heavilyily noisy – nosnoisy – nosilyily busy – busbusy – busilyily shy - shyshy - shylyly
  8. 8. • If the adjectives ends in –ic, we add –ally. dramatic – dramatically tragic – tragically
  9. 9. • SomeSome adjectivesadjectives end inend in –ly–ly :: friendly, lonely, lovely, silly, ugly, deadly, lively …friendly, lonely, lovely, silly, ugly, deadly, lively … We don’t addWe don’t add –ly–ly to make the adverb. Weto make the adverb. We useuse:: in a ... way / mannerin a ... way / manner ““He was talkingHe was talking in a silly way.”in a silly way.” ““They dancedThey danced in a lively manner.”in a lively manner.”
  10. 10. Some adverbs are the same as the adjectives: early fast hard high late low right wrong
  11. 11. Well:Well: adjadj vsvs advadv • wellwell is the adverb fromis the adverb from goodgood ““SleepSleep wellwell.”.” ““He plays footballHe plays football wellwell.”.” • wellwell can also be ancan also be an adjectiveadjective. It means. It means healthyhealthy.. ““My teacher was not at school today. He is notMy teacher was not at school today. He is not welwell.”l.”
  12. 12. • When a sentence consists of verb + preposition + object we can put the adverb before the preposition or after the object. “She listened to me carefully.” “She listened carefully to me.”
  13. 13. • When we use a passive form, the adverb goes before the past participle. “He was badly injured.” “The CD was slightly damaged in the post but still worked.”

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