Focusing Adverbs<br />and<br />Adverbs of Time<br />Presented By:<br />Ana Mercedes Salazar<br />Clarita de Ho<br />Juan M...
Focusing Adverbs<br />Points<br />to  a<br />particular<br />clause.<br />part of a<br />
Focusing Adverbs<br />conveyed,<br />The meaning<br />upon<br />often  depends<br />position.<br />their<br />
Focusing Adverbs<br />Most Common<br />Also<br />Either<br />Only<br />Just<br />Mainly<br />Mostly<br />Even<br />Neither...
Focusing Adverbs<br />John helped me to buy the house, but didn´t actually buy it for me.<br />only<br />John<br />helped ...
Focusing Adverbs<br />Too<br />Exceptions<br />and <br />are exceptions <br />to this rule.<br />as well<br />They normall...
Focusing Adverbs<br />Exceptions<br />She not only speaks English;<br />1<br />she speaks French<br />as well.<br />Exampl...
Focusing Adverbs<br />P R A C T I C E<br />1.    Maria helped me to study.<br />2.  He can´t  sew a button on.<br />ALSO<b...
Adverbs of Time<br />
Adverbs of Time<br />when<br />tells us<br />Adverbs of time<br />an action happened, but also<br />forhowlong,<br />and<b...
Adverbs of Time<br />
Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />When<br />adverbs are usually placed at the end<br />of the...
Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />This time is more important<br />Example<br />1. Later Ana ate some ...
Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />Forhowlong<br />adverbs are usually placed at<br />the end ...
Adverbs of Time<br />Notice “since” is always followed by an expression of a point in time.<br />since Monday<br />since 1...
Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />Howoften<br />adverbs expressing the frequency<br />of an a...
Adverbs of Time<br />Some other “how often” adverbs express the exact number of times an action happens and are usually pl...
Adverbs of Time<br />P R A C T I C E<br />1.  Paul  goes home on Sundays.<br />Every day<br />2.  They will write to us .<...
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Focusing Adverbs and Adverbs of Time

  1. 1. Focusing Adverbs<br />and<br />Adverbs of Time<br />Presented By:<br />Ana Mercedes Salazar<br />Clarita de Ho<br />Juan Manuel Londoño<br />Isabel Velazco<br />
  2. 2. Focusing Adverbs<br />Points<br />to a<br />particular<br />clause.<br />part of a<br />
  3. 3. Focusing Adverbs<br />conveyed,<br />The meaning<br />upon<br />often depends<br />position.<br />their<br />
  4. 4. Focusing Adverbs<br />Most Common<br />Also<br />Either<br />Only<br />Just<br />Mainly<br />Mostly<br />Even<br />Neither<br />
  5. 5. Focusing Adverbs<br />John helped me to buy the house, but didn´t actually buy it for me.<br />only<br />John<br />helped me to buy<br />the house.<br />ONLY John, no one else helped me .<br />Example<br />Mostly,<br />Only,<br />John<br />Most Common<br />helped me to buy<br />Neither<br />the house.<br />Also,<br />Mainly,<br />Only,<br />Either,<br />Just,<br />Even,<br />
  6. 6. Focusing Adverbs<br />Too<br />Exceptions<br />and <br />are exceptions <br />to this rule.<br />as well<br />They normally go<br />in the end<br />position.<br />
  7. 7. Focusing Adverbs<br />Exceptions<br />She not only speaks English;<br />1<br />she speaks French<br />as well.<br />Example<br />2<br />He not only sings;<br /> he plays<br />too.<br />thepiano<br />
  8. 8. Focusing Adverbs<br />P R A C T I C E<br />1. Maria helped me to study.<br />2. He can´t sew a button on.<br />ALSO<br />3. I drink coffee in the mornings and<br /> pancakes.<br />JUST<br />EVEN<br />I was about to leave when he<br /> called.<br />ONLY<br />MAINLY<br />The people I saw in the streets were <br /> tourists.<br />MOSTLY<br />EITHER<br />6. The land is flat.<br />NEITHER<br />7. Joseph don´t like math, physics.<br /> 8. You can give one or two books.<br />
  9. 9. Adverbs of Time<br />
  10. 10. Adverbs of Time<br />when<br />tells us<br />Adverbs of time<br />an action happened, but also<br />forhowlong,<br />and<br />howoften.<br />
  11. 11. Adverbs of Time<br />
  12. 12. Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />When<br />adverbs are usually placed at the end<br />of the sentence.<br />Example<br />1. Juan Manuel attended to the seminar yesterday.<br />2. I will visit her tomorrow.<br />“Neutral“<br />Positions<br />The “when” adverbs can be placed in other positions to give a different emphasis<br />
  13. 13. Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />This time is more important<br />Example<br />1. Later Ana ate some salad.<br />2. Ana later ate some salad.<br />3. Ana ate some salad later.<br />This time is more formal. Policeman´s report<br />This is neutral, no particular emphasis<br />
  14. 14. Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />Forhowlong<br />adverbs are usually placed at<br />the end of the sentence.<br />Example<br />1. Clarita stayed in the Metropolitan Park all day.<br />2. She lived in Colon city for a year.<br />Notice “for” is always followed by an expression of duration.<br />For three days<br />For a week<br />For several years<br />For two centuries<br />
  15. 15. Adverbs of Time<br />Notice “since” is always followed by an expression of a point in time.<br />since Monday<br />since 1958<br />since the last war<br />
  16. 16. Adverbs of Time<br />Where to place the adverbs?<br />the<br />Howoften<br />adverbs expressing the frequency<br />of an action are usually placed before the main verb but after auxiliary verbs such as:<br />be, have, may must.<br />Example<br />1. I ofteneat vegetarian food.<br />(beforethe main verb)<br />2. She is neversea-sick.<br />(afterthe auxiliary “is”)<br />3. I have neverforgotten my first kiss.<br />(afterthe auxiliary “have and beforemain verb)<br />
  17. 17. Adverbs of Time<br />Some other “how often” adverbs express the exact number of times an action happens and are usually place at the end of the sentence.<br />1. This magazine is published monthly.<br />2. He visits his mother once a week.<br />When a frequency adverb is placed at the end of a sentence it is much stronger.<br />1. She regularly visits France.<br />2. She visits France regularly.<br />
  18. 18. Adverbs of Time<br />P R A C T I C E<br />1. Paul goes home on Sundays.<br />Every day<br />2. They will write to us .<br />Yesterday<br />3. The telephone is ringing .<br />Occasionally<br />4. We can see a show .<br />Next year<br />5. Henry went there gladly .<br />Often<br />6. Joan arrived on .<br />7. I go to the beach in the summer.<br />Tomorrow<br />8. we will travel to China.<br />Usually<br />9. That tall English man over there <br />Now<br /> teaches at my school.<br />Saturday<br />

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