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08/30/2016

What Is an Adverb?

An adverb is a word that can be used to modify a verb, adjective or another adverb. Adverbs usually show place, time, manner, frequency, level of certainty, degree, etc. Adverbs are used to answer questions such as how, in what way, when, where, and to what extent. Often,  an adverb ends in -ly. For example, an adverb that is being used to modify a verb can be used in the following way: The boy jumped loudly on the bouncy bed. In this sentence, ‘boy‘ is the subject, ‘jumped‘ is the verb, 'loudly' is the adverb, 'bouncy' is the adjective, and ‘bed‘ is the object. The pattern of this sentence is subject + verb + adverb + adjective + object Another way that we can use an adverb is to modify an adjective. The sports car was impressively fast. The pattern of this sentence is subject + verb + adverb + adjective Lastly, we can use an adverb to modify an adverb. They can run really fast The pattern of this sentence is subject + verb + adverb + adverb For more great content, check out this post on keeping your kids safe online.

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