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Adverbs

Worksheet Title
Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 3
Irregular Comparative Adverbs
Comparative adverbs are used to compare two actions or things. The rules of irregular comparative adverbs are learned separately: bad  -> worse well  -> better far  -> farther little -> less
Lookalike Adverbs and Adjectives 1
The difference between an adverb and an adjective is in what they describe; that is, what word they modify. An adjective modifies a noun. An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
Lookalike Adverbs and Adjectives 2
The difference between an adverb and an adjective is in what they describe; that is, what word they modify. An adjective modifies a noun. An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
Lookalike Adverbs and Adjectives 3
The difference between an adverb and an adjective is in what they describe; that is, what word they modify. An adjective modifies a noun. An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
Recognizing Adverbs of Degree 1
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of degree answer the question ?To what extent or degree?? or ?How much??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and answers one of these questions.
Recognizing Adverbs of Degree 2
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of degree answer the question ?To what extent or degree?? or ?How much??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and answers one of these questions.
Recognizing Adverbs of Degree 3
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of degree answer the question ?To what extent or degree?? or ?How much??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and answers one of these questions.
Recognizing Adverbs of Manner 1
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of manner answer the question ?How??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells how the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Manner 2
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of manner answer the question ?How??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells how the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Manner 3
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of manner answer the question ?How??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells how the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Place 1
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of place answer the question ?Where??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells where the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Place 2
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of place answer the question ?Where??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells where the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Place 3
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of place answer the question ?Where??   Look for a word that modifies the verb and tells where the action is done.
Recognizing Adverbs of Time 1
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of time answer the question ?When??
Recognizing Adverbs of Time 2
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of time answer the question ?When??
Recognizing Adverbs of Time 3
Adverbs modify or limit the meaning of verbs, adjectives, or another adverbs.   Adverbs of time answer the question ?When??
Regular Comparative Adverbs
Comparative adverbs are used to compare two actions or things.   Most adverbs of one syllable form their comparative by adding ?er at the end. For example: high -> higher
Regular Superlative Adverbs
Superlative adverbs are used when comparing more than two things or actions.   Most adverbs of one syllable form their superlative by adding ?est. For example: short -> shortest

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