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4 adverbs

  1. 1. Adverbs Yr 8 English
  2. 2. Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases Learning Intention  To know and understand what adverbs and adverbial phrases are. Success Criteria  I can say what adverbs and adverbial phrases are.  I can say, list and give examples of the three types of adverbs.  I can say what adverbial phrases are.
  3. 3. Key Vocabulary  adverb  adverbial phrases  manner  place  time  frequency  degree  interrogative
  4. 4. GKR What does the title tell me? What do I predict the text will be about? What can the pictures tell me? What do I already know about this topic? What words do I expect to see? What images come to mind? What will I do as I read?
  5. 5. Hook – Adverb Game
  6. 6. What is an adverb?  An adverb adds to the meaning of a verb  Adverbs tell …  how  when  where  why … the action takes place.
  7. 7. Types of adverbs
  8. 8. 3 forms of adverbs Adverbs, like adjectives, can be used in three forms:  positive  comparative  superlative
  9. 9. Positive adverbs  Positive adverbs are used when no comparison is made. e.g. The sun shone brightly.
  10. 10. Comparative adverbs  Comparative adverbs are used when two people, animals or things are compared.  The comparative form is usually made by adding the words more or less before the adverb.
  11. 11. Superlative adverbs  Superlative adverbs are used when three or more people, animals or things are compared.  The superlative form is usually made by adding most or least before the adverb.
  12. 12. Irregular adverbs  Some adverbs have an irregular form when they are used in their comparative or superlative forms.
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  22. 22. Adverbial phrases An adverbial phrase:  consists of a group of words without a verb  always begins with a preposition (indicate location e.g. on, in, beside)  acts as a single adverb Examples: I always wear this ring. (adverb) I wear this ring at all times. (adverbial phrase) at (preposition) They came to dinner in the evening. (adverbial phrase) in (preposition)
  23. 23. Review  Complete the Before and After Web  The learning actions I used today were …

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