Adverbs

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Adverbs

  1. 1. AdverbsAdverbs are words that tell us more about verbs.Adverbs can tell us about: Degree Manner Place Time Frequency (to what (how) (where) (when) (how often) extent) immediately, frequently, fast, quickly, near, far, here, quite, nearly, then, soon, occasionally, hungrily, excitedly there, up, down hardly, extremely tomorrow often She Lucy did the The family live James did it I could hardly occasionally work carefully. locally. yesterday. speak. visits the museum.A comparative adverb provides degrees of comparison. Adverb Comparative Superlative much more the most Jake didn’t earn much. Hugh earned more. Adam earned the most. little less the least Lucy did little work. Mary did less work. Emma did the least work. the fastest fast faster The sports car went The sedan went fast. The truck went faster. the fastest. carefully more carefully the most carefully Sophie rode carefully. Sonia rode more carefully. Sally rode the most carefully. For more homework help, tips and info sheets go to www.schoolatoz.com.au © Owned by State of NSW through the Department of Education and Communities 2011. This work may be freely reproduced and distributed 1/1 for non-commercial educational purposes only. Permission must be received from the department for all other uses.

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