Grammar for Sweet tooth (Ch8)

Adverbs and adjectives activity for sweet tooth story. In general, adverbs describe verbs and adjectives describe nouns. For example, in this sentence: ‘He spoke quickly‘, the adverb is ‘quickly‘ and it describes the verb ‘spoke’. In this sentence: ‘He is a fast speaker‘, the adjective is ‘fast‘ and it describes the noun ‘

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ADVERBS AND ADJECTIVES

1. What adverbs and adjectives do

In general, adverbs describe verbs and adjectives describe nouns. For example, in this sentence: ‘He spoke quickly‘, the adverb is ‘quickly‘ and it describes the verb ‘spoke’. In this sentence: ‘He is a fast speaker‘, the adjective is ‘fast‘ and it describes the noun ‘speaker‘.

2. Look at the sentence below. Is the word ‘fast’ acting as an adjective or adverb?

Cheetahs can run fast

If you thought it was an adverb, you would be correct! Often adverbs end in ‘ly’, but not always.

3. Look at the sentences below. Is the word ‘hard‘ acting as an adjective or adverb? 

a. ‘She’s a hard worker so she usually does well at school

b. ‘She studied hard so she got a good grade

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