U6W1 Grammar
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by Deidre Bergman
| 13 Questions
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• An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb, such as how, when, or where an action takes place.
• Adverbs can be written before or after the verbs they describe.
• Many adverbs end in -ly and usually tell how.
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Identify the adverb in the sentence.

Example: She slept late on Tuesday morning.
Answer: late
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Identify the adverb in the sentence.

We leaned carefully over the fence.
leaned
carefully
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• An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb, such as how, when, or where an action takes place.
• Adverbs can be written before or after the verbs they describe.
• Many adverbs end in -ly and usually tell how.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Identify the adverb in the sentence.

Example: She slept late on Tuesday morning.
Answer: late
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Identify the adverb in the sentence.

The baby loudly cried for her mother.
loudly
cried
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• An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb. It can be written before or after the verb it describes. Some adverbs tell where an action takes place.
• Some adverbs tell when an action takes place. These adverbs may describe how often an action takes place.
• Some adverbs tell how an action takes place. These adverbs may describe how completely an action is performed.
• Relative adverbs (where, when, how) begin adjective clauses that modify nouns.
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Identify the adverb in the sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place. You should choose 2 answers!

Example: The little bird flew away.
Answer: Adverb: away; where
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Identify the adverb in the sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place. You should choose 2 answers!

The student clearly wrote her name.
Adverb: clearly
Adverb: name
Where
When
How
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1
• An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb. It can be written before or after the verb it describes. Some adverbs tell where an action takes place.
• Some adverbs tell when an action takes place. These adverbs may describe how often an action takes place.
• Some adverbs tell how an action takes place. These adverbs may describe how completely an action is performed.
• Relative adverbs (where, when, how) begin adjective clauses that modify nouns.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Identify the adverb in the sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place. You should choose 2 answers!

Example: The little bird flew away.
Answer: Adverb: away; where
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Identify the adverb in the sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place. You should choose 2 answers!

Remember to not look down!
Adverb: remember
Adverb: down
Where
When
How
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1
Good is an adjective and is used only to modify a noun.
Well is an adverb when it is used to modify a verb. It tells how about a verb.
• Do not confuse the adjective good with the adverb well.
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Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

Example: You completed that task very ________.
Answer: well
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Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

This is a ____________ example of what I mean.
good
well
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1
Good is an adjective and is used only to modify a noun.
Well is an adverb when it is used to modify a verb. It tells how about a verb.
• Do not confuse the adjective good with the adverb well.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

Example: You completed that task very ________.
Answer: well
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Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

The girl spoke ___________ even though she was tired.
good
well
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1
Good is an adjective and is used only to modify a noun.
Well is an adverb when it is used to modify a verb. It tells how about a verb.
• Do not confuse the adjective good with the adverb well.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

Example: You completed that task very ________.
Answer: well
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Complete each sentence by choosing good or well.

That is a __________ reason to leave.
good
well
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• An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb.
• Adverbs tell where, when, or how an action takes place.
Good is an adjective used to modify a noun.
Well is an adverb when it is used to modify a verb. It tells how about a verb.
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Rewrite the sentences below correcting mistakes in adverbs and adjectives.

Example: She said her name soft, and I did not hear it.
Answer: She said her name softly, and I did not hear it.
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Rewrite the sentences below correcting mistakes in adverbs and adjectives.

I shut the door very quiet so that I would not wake the baby.
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1
Choose the adverb in each sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place.

Example: The player easily hit the ball into the goal.
Answer: Adverb: easily; how
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Choose the adverb in each sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place.

The teacher placed the apple there.
Adverb: there
Adverb: apple
Where
When
How
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1
Choose the adverb in each sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place.

Example: The player easily hit the ball into the goal.
Answer: Adverb: easily; how
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Choose the adverb in each sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place.

The cat stretched lazily after its nap.
Adverb: after
Adverb: lazily
Where
When
How
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1
Use the clue in parentheses to help you circle the letter of the adverb that correctly completes the sentence. Choose the correct answer.

Example: The audience clapped _____________ after the performance. (how?)Answer: Adverb: easily; how
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Choose the adverb in each sentence. Then, identify if the adverb tells where, when, or how the action takes place.

The cat stretched lazily after its nap.
around
excitedly
soon
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1
Use the clue in parentheses to help you circle the letter of the adverb that correctly completes the sentence. Choose the correct answer.

Example: The audience clapped _____________ after the performance. (how?)
Answer: excitedly
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Use the clue in parentheses to help you circle the letter of the adverb that correctly completes the sentence. Choose the correct answer.

_____________ I saw an owl in a tree. (when?)
Today
Wisely
Here
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1
Use the clue in parentheses to help you circle the letter of the adverb that correctly completes the sentence. Choose the correct answer.

Example: The audience clapped _____________ after the performance. (how?)
Answer: excitedly
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Use the clue in parentheses to help you circle the letter of the adverb that correctly completes the sentence. Choose the correct answer.

We came _____________ from the cold. (where?)
inside
happily
later
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