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Lolly , Lolly , Lolly Get Your Adverbs Here !

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Lolly , Lolly , Lolly Get Your Adverbs Here !

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  1. Lolly, Lolly, Lolly Get Your Adverbs Here! Exploring Adverbs

  2. SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK sings about ADVERBS!

  3. So…What is an Adverb? • An ADVERB is a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. • ADVERBS answer the following questions: • Where? How often? • When? How long? • How? To what extent? • How much?

  4. Common Adverbs That Answer the Question “Where?” • Away, Here, Inside, There,Up • Examples • Place the apples there, and we will eat them later. • The children were playing inside because of the cold, rainy weather. • She has gone away to camp for the summer.

  5. Common Adverbs that Answer the Question “When?” • Later, Now, Soon,Then, Tomorrow • Examples • Soon all of the leaves will change colors and paint the countryside in the beautiful colors of fall. • She will go to the store to buy her Halloween costume tomorrow. • She will buy candy then for the trick-or-treaters!

  6. Common Adverbs That Answer the Question “How?” • Clearly, Easily, Quietly,Slowly, Quickly • Examples • Please pass your papers across the rows quickly and quietly. • Speak clearly into the microphone. • He easily spotted the adverb in the sentence.

  7. Common Adverbs That Answer the Questions “How Often?” or “How Long?” • Always, Usually, Continuously,Never, Forever, Briefly • Examples • Ms. Wherry’s classes always pick team names that have to do with pandas, pickles, or “koolkidz”. • She can never understand why! • Ms. Wherry briefly considered getting a panda tattoo on her forearm this weekend.

  8. Common Adverbs That Answer the Questions “To What Extent?” or “How Much?” • Almost, So,Too, More, Least, Extremely, Quite, Very, Not • Examples • My mother almost fainted when I jumped out of the closet to scare her. • She was extremely unhappy with my practical joke! • I shouldn’t do that to my poor mother ever again!

  9. Forming Adverbs Using Adjectives • Many adverbs end in –ly. These adverbs are generally formed by adding –ly to adjectives. • Adjective + -ly= Adverb • Examples • swiftly • _______________________ • _______________________ • _______________________

  10. HOWEVER… • Some words that end in –lycan be used as adjectives and should not be confused with adverbs! • Examples • Friendly, Kindly, Lonely, Timely, Daily, Early • Kindly answer the phone. (ADVERB) • VS. • The kindly old woman baked cookies for the neighborhood children. (ADJECTIVE)

  11. Getting Rid of “Very” in Our Writing • “Very” is an adverb, but it is terribly overused! • R.I.P.! • How can we replace the word “very” in the following sentences? • The basketball player was very tall. ________________ • The small puppy was very cute. ___________________ • It was very late when Cinderella returned from the ball. ____________________ • The haunted house was very scary! __________________

  12. The Position of Adverbs in Sentences • Adverbs may come before, after, or between the words that they modify! • Examples • We often student together. • We study together often. • Often we study together. • We have often studied together.

  13. Tonight’s Homework • Exercise 8, pg. 102 • DIRECTIONS: Identify each adverb and the word(s) it modifies in each of the sentences. • Example: Today, many Cherokee people make their homes in Oklahoma. • Write the adverb and the word(s) it modifies like this: • ANSWER: Today modifies make • Part C, pg. 115 • Same directions, same way to write your answer!

  14. Now Let’s Play…ADVERB or ADJECTIVE? • I check my e-mails daily for a message from my pen pal.

  15. ADVERB or ADJECTIVE? • Reading the daily newspaper is a great way to find out what is happening in our community.

  16. ADVERB or ADJECTIVE? • Ms. Wherry gracefully fell down the steps after tripping over her lazy, sleeping dog.

  17. ADVERB or ADJECTIVE? • The friendly tattoo artist helped Ms. Wherry to choose the perfect hairy panda tattoo.

  18. ADVERB or ADJECTIVE • We should be friendly to all of our classmates in order to eliminate bullying in our school.