Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. An adverb tells more about a verb in the sentence. An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence. An adverb modifies another adverb in the sentence.
An adverb tells more about a verb in the sentence.
An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence.
An adverb modifies another adverb in the sentence.
Directions: Choose the correct answer.
1) The ballerina is light on her toes. She _______________ moves to the music.
2) He is so smart. He solved the math problem _______________.
3) The horse would not move. He is _______________ strong.
4) Her grandmother is sick. She visits _______________ often these days.
5) We need to update our house. It is _______________ old.
6) Her son has good manners. He _______________ asked for another glass of water.
7) No one likes her at the office. She is _______________ difficult to work with.
8) He is rarely on time. He is _______________ always late.
Directions: What is the adverb modifying?
1) She gracefully
moves to the music.
2) He solved the math problem easily
b. math problem
3) The horse is very
4) She visits her grandmother quite
5) Our house is fairly
6) He politely
asked for another glass of water.
b. glass of water
7) She is extremely
difficult to work with.
8) He is almost
Quiz 1 Answers
1) a. gracefully
2) b. easily
3) a. very
4) b. quite
5) a. fairly
6) a. politely
7) b. extremely
8) b. almost
Quiz 2 Answers
1) a. moves
2) a. solved
3) b. strong
4) b. often
5) b. old
6) a. asked
7) a. difficult
8) a. always