Lesson 65 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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These sentences have adverbs that tell us how much, and they modify other adverbs.
Instructions: List those adverbs and what they modify.
1. The carpenter worked somewhat cautiously.
2. The project was moving rather slowly.
3. The amusement ride was much too fast for me to try.
4. The program lasted much too long for Paul.
5. Halloween was too far away for little Jim.
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Answers:
1. somewhat modifying the adverb cautiously which modifies the verb worked
2. rather modifying the adverb slowly which modifies the verb was moving
3. much modifying the adverb too which modifies the adjective fast
4. much modifying the adverb too which modifies the adjective long
5. too modifying the adverb far, and far modifying the adverb away which modifies the verb was

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Lesson 64 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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These sentences have adverbs that modify adjectives and tell us how much.
Instructions: List the adverbs and what they modify.
1. Ila is an unusually good cook.
2. Jeff is very hungry.
3. We all want a perfectly just government.
4. The Internet is an entirely modern concept.
5. These sentences are extremely brief ones.
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Answers:
1. unusually modifying the adjective good
2. very modifying the adjective hungry
3. perfectly modifying the adjective just
4. entirely modifying the adjective modern
5. extremely modifying the adjective brief

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Lesson 63 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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These sentences have adverbs that tell us where, and they modify the verb.
Instructions:  Find these adverbs and tell what they modify.
1. The fighter moved forward to meet his opponent.
2. There went the boy for some fun.
3. Sit here in this comfortable chair.
4. We are playing outside.
5. Where have you been?
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Answers:
1. forward modifying the verb moved
2. there modifying the verb went
3. here modifying the verb sit
4. outside modifying the verb are playing
5. where modifying the verb have been

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Lesson 62 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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These sentences have adverbs that tell us when, and they modify the verb.
Instructions: Find the adverbs and tell what they modify.
1. As the car caught fire, he jumped immediately from it.
2. Daily I go to the gym for exercise.
3. The campfire was glowing later to our surprise.
4. We will now finish the assignment.
5. The work will be done tomorrow.
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Answers:
1. immediately modifying the verb jumped
2. daily modifying the verb go
3. later modifying the verb was glowing
4. now modifying the verb will finish
5. tomorrow modifying the verb will be done

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Lesson 61 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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Since there has been some confusion about adverbs, I think we need a few more lessons about adverbs. We need to memorize what adverbs tell us and what they modify. We must always remember this basic information to handle them correctly.
Adverbs are words that modify (1) verbs, (2) adjectives, and (3) other adverbs. They tell how (manner), when (time), where(place), how much (degree), and why (cause). Why is a common one-word adverb that tells why. Adverbs that tell us how, when, where, and why always modify the verb. Adverbs that tell us how muchmodify adjectives or other adverbs. These adverbs are also called qualifiersbecause they strengthen or weaken the words they modify.
Examples: He kicked the ball solidly. (how); He kicked the ball immediately. (when); He kicked the ball forward. (where); He kicked the ball too hard. (how much).
Instructions: The following sentences have adverbs that tell us how, and they modify the verb. Find the adverbs in these sentences and tell what they modify.
1. Joe was frantically mumbling to the 911 operator.
2. The message was secretly hidden in the cushion.
3. The room was decorated beautifully for the wedding.
4. The spy readily accepted the new assignment.
5. He was carefully disguised but captured quickly by police.
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Answers:
1. frantically modifying the verb was mumbling
2. secretly modifying the verb was hidden
3. beautifully modifying the verb was decorated
4. readily modifying the verb accepted
5. carefully modifying the verb was disguised and quicklymodifying the verb was captured (was is a helping verb to both main verbs)

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Quiz for Lessons 56-60 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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Instructions: Form the comparative and superlative of the following words.
1. closely
2. wildly
3. not
4. there
5. well
6. soon
7. coldly
8. fast
9. much
10. now
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Answers:
1. closely, more closely, most closely
2. wildly, more wildly, most wildly
3. Not cannot be compared.
4. There cannot be compared.
5. well, better, best
6. soon, sooner, soonest
7. coldly, more coldly, most coldly
8. fast, faster, fastest
9. much, more, most
10. Now cannot be compared.

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Lesson 60 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

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Do not use two negative words to limit one idea. Be careful not to use notor n’t, no, never, none, hardly, scarcely, or nothing with another negative word.
Examples: Correct – Jim never likes help. Jim likes no help. Incorrect – Jim never likes no help. Correct – Barbara said nothing.Barbara didn’t say anything. Incorrect – Barbara didn’t say nothing.
Instructions: Choose the correct form in parentheses for these sentences.
1. Carl hasn’t (none, any) more tickets.
2. Jeff (can, can’t ) hardly wait to come home.
3. This shouldn’t (ever, never) happen again.
4. We (haven’t, have) scarcely any fuel left.
5. Jeanne won’t need (no, any) money for school.
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Answers:
1. any
2. can
3. ever
4. have
5. any

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