Yesterday we began to revise adverbs and their purpose.
The best way to identify adverbs is by knowing the ways they can be used.
They can alter the meaning of a verb, an adjective, another adverb or even a whole clause.
Can you identify the adverbs in sentence 1?
Find the verbs, then find the adverbs.
1. Usha soon started snoring loudly.
Can you identify the adverb in sentence 2?
Find the adjective, then find the adverb.
2. That match was really exciting!
Can you identify the adverb in sentence 3?
Find the adverb, then find the other adverb.
3. We don’t get to play games very often.
Can you find the clause in sentence 4?
Then find the adverb that alters it.
4. Fortunately, it didn’t rain.
Now write the sentences below into your blue blended learning book choosing the correct words to finish your sentences. Then send your teacher a photograph of your learning in an email.