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Monday 11th January 2021

L.C: To write sentences using fronted adverbials

What is a fronted adverbial?

Fronted adverbials


Adverbials are words or phrases that give more information to the sentence.

"I discovered fronted adverbials, earlier today."

'Earlier today' is the adverbial.


"Earlier today, I discovered fronted adverbials."

A fronted adverbial is when the adverbial word or phrase is moved to the front of the sentence, before the verb. So here, 'earlier today' is a fronted adverbial.

Watch the video in the link below

Complete the quiz when you have finished watching the video (this is on the same page as the video)


Your task


1. Write the date and learning challenge - underline with a ruler.


2. Match the correct fronted adverbial to complete the sentences. 


3. Once you have matched them you need to Write the COMPLETE sentences in your Red Home Learning book, remember to add a comma after the fronted adverbial.     * Use your beautiful cursive handwriting.


4. Email a picture of you work to your teacher. 

Example sentence:


In class, Rohan worked very hard.


A fronted adverbial is a word, phrase or clause that is placed at the start of a sentence.


They are used to explain how (manner), when (time) or where (place) something happens.


A fronted adverbial is separated from the main clause with a comma.