English verbs

Updated: 10/16/2020
English verbs

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  • The bell rings and the students walk happily in to class.
  • Hello student today we are going to learn what an ADVERB is.
  • An adverb in its definition is a word that modifies or qualifies another word.
  • Expressing time, circumstance, degree, cause, or manner.
  • A adverb modifies adjectives, verb, or other adverbs, but never a noun.
  • Adverbs are very helpful when writing.
  • Could you tell us some examples?
  • Wow adverbs seem quite simple
  • Some examples would be, truly, too, terribly, very, or yearly to name a few.
  • Most adverbs can be used a adjectives depending on the context of the word.
  • There that simple and you can find them in many sentences.
  • In review adverb are extremely simple. They modify a fellow word
  • Adverbs never modify nouns because that is the job of an adjective.
  • The bell rings and the students head to there next class.