Adverb study guide

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  1. adverb
    a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
  2. a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
    adverb
  3. What questions do adverbs answer?
    How, when where and to what extent
  4. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    The tourists boarded the bus eagerly.
    • Adverb: eagerly
    • Modified word: boarded
  5. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    They were really excited about their trip.
    • Adverb:  really
    • Modified word:  excited
  6. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    The bus stopped quite often along the route.
    • Adverb: quite
    • Modified word: often
  7. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    Stops were rarely longer than twenty minutes.
    • Adverb: rarely
    • Modified word: longer
  8. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    Many hands usually make light work.
    • Adverb:  usually
    • Modified word:  make
  9. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    He smiled happily when the job was done.
    • Adverb:  happily
    • Modified word:  smiled
  10. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    She was a very rich woman, who came from a nice family.
    • Adverb:  very
    • Modified word:  rich
  11. In this sentence, identify the adverb and the word it modifies:

    The boy waited silently in line.
    • Adverb:  silently
    • Modified word: waited
  12. Your dog is (more obedient, most obedient) than my dog.
    more obedient
  13. That beach has the (prettiest, most prettiest) sand I've ever seen.
    prettiest
  14. Your kite is (more high, higher) than my kite.
    higher
  15. That kite is the (higher, highest) of all the kites.
    highest
  16. My sister is the (most beautiful, beautifulest) girl of all.
    most beautiful
  17. Her brother sings (more beautifully, most beautifully) than I do.
    more beautifully
  18. You need to treat that puppy (more gently, gentlier) than his mother.
    more gently
  19. I enjoyed that book (more, most) than the last book I read.
    more

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Adverb study guide
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