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Noun, adjective, verb or adverb?

An adverb tells us more about a verb. They usually end in -ly.

Some men are carefully carrying a red English telephone box.

The men are carefully carrying their new red mobile phone.

• The man spoke quickly.
(How did the man speak?)
• He got out of bed slowly.
(How did he get out of bed?)

Remember: Adverbs go with verbs.
  • Exercise 1

    Remember: Adverbs go with verbs.

    Complete each sentence with the adjective or adverb in the brackets.

    Remember: Adverbs go with verbs.Complete each sentence with the adjective or adverb in the brackets.

    Exercise 2

    Choose the correct form in each sentence.

    Remember: Adverbs go with verbs.

    Are the words in bold adjectives or adverbs?

    Choose the correct form in each sentence.

    Remember: Adverbs go with verbs.

    Are the words in bold adjectives or adverbs?

    Exercise 3

    Should the missing word in each sentence be an adjective or an adverb?

    Should the missing word in each sentence be an adjective or an adverb?