Lesson 47 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

Many adverbs end with ly which is a good clue to adverb recognition, but not all words that end in ly are adverbs. Some words such as daily, yearly, hourlycan be either adverbs or adjectives.
Instructions: Pick out the adverbs in these sentences.
1. Daily we did our very hard lessons.
2. The yearly crop was totally ruined by the weather.
3. Hourly we listened to the rapidly falling rain.
4. The friendly person suddenly ran up to me.
5. The unusually large dog jumped outside and licked my face.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. Daily, very
2. totally
3. hourly, rapidly
4. suddenly, up
5. unusually, outside

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