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Adverbs Worksheets - Printable teaching adverbs worksheets.
describes a verb. It answers the questions:
When? Where? How?
: read or write these sentences on
the board. Tell the students how important
it is to have lively, interesting verbs in
sentences. Adverbs help to make verbs more
interesting and easier to understand.
1: "Henry showed us his blue ribbon."
the question: how did Henry show (the verb)
"Henry proudly showed us his blue ribbon."
"Henry secretly showed us his blue ribbon."
changing the adverb from "proudly"
to "secretly", it completely changes
the meaning of the sentence. Both adverbs
describe the verb "show".)
2: We quickly ran to our cars.
(quickly - tells how we ran)
3: Amy finally caught a fish.
(finally - tells when Amy caught)
Example 4: The captain headed north.
(north -tells where the captain headed)
Most words ending in ly are adverbs. Three
common exceptions are friendly, lonely, and
lively, which are adjectives.
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