Name - @ Date Adverb or Adjective? o practice 1 If a noun or pronoun is modified by a word, that word is an adjective. If a verb, adjective, or adverb is modified by a word, that word is an adverb. DISTINGTIISHING BETWEEN AIITECTMS Ar''[D ADVERBS Adjectives Adverbs v\ works hardfor her money. We'd better have a closer look. She That is a K Ed moved closer to the stage. u.rcekLg magazine. ,r'-----\' The club meets u.reekly. That was.q.(ard job F*'.,u*ff*:1'}'J;.lT:"",'AdjectivesandAdverbs.WnteaQjectiueorarluerbto EXAMPLE: Turn left at the first 1. 2. \-/ 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. intersection. aduerb I have never seen a fastbr horse than that one. The nurse should have acted faster. Joe made a sharp left turn just past the bridge. The old man's stories always seem endless. Marcia made a sudden move toward ttre water. Wendy may have taken a later ----'- train. The mother hummed quietly to the infant in her arms. Do you think the watermelon is cold yet? Harvey watched the parade go past. - The plane departed later than scheduled. @WritingAdjectivesandAdverbsinSentences.Writetwosentencesforeachword - in parentheses below. In word the first sentence, use the as an adjective; in the second, use it as an adverb. EXAMPLE: (harder) That test tuas harder tLwn I thottght it would be. Grace uorked harder tttan euer on her math- l. (upside-down) 2. (backward) 3. (ear$ 4. (high) 5. (only) O Prenlice-Holl, lnc. Adverb or Adiective? o 3l @ Adverb or Adjective? . Practice 2 mRecognizingAdverbsandAdjectives.WiteaduerboraQjecthseforeachunderlined EXAMPLE: I bought an electric clock. aQjectrue 1. She gazed at the far horizon. 2. He traveled far. 3. I know that you write w911. 4. Sarah is well and so am I. 5. A daily flight leaves from here, 6. The flight leaves daily at 10 A.M. 7. The crowd pushed forward. 8. The forward movement pulled me along. 9. In order to see better, George moved nearr 10. It was a near miss. >ffixffiY#:JJ:i*:rbsandAdjectives.WnteaduerboraQjectIueforeach 1. I heard a humorous story. 2. He spoke endlessly. J. She gave a farewell speech. 4. My recent offer is a generous one. 5. The builder successfully completed the house. 6. They actively swap ideas. 7. He carefully recorded the music. 8. Have you seen the valuable jewel? 9. The giant tree amazed the hikers. 10. The group meets weekly. Using Adverbs and Adjectives in Sentences. Watch a person doing something. Then, write ten sentences describing what the person is doing. Use an adverb or an adjective in each sentence, and underline it. 32 . Grommor Exerche Workbook O Prenlice-Holl, lnc.
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