BSadverbs - (sourly, thankfully, hopefully) Now make up 4...

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Having Fun with Adverbs Try using some descriptive words that directly refer to something mentioned in a sentence.  Look at these examples: “Pass me the chocolate please,” Emily said  sweetly . “I’m the fastest runner in the school,” Ted replied  swiftly . Complete the sentences below by choosing a word from the brackets “I’ve just found the light switch,” Adam said ____________      (brightly, easily, happily) “The wind is very strong,” Yasmine cried _______________       (anxiously, breezily, wearily) “Let me stomp on that can,” Robert said ______________ (dreamily, crushingly, fearlessly) “I need a drink of water,” Samuel said ________________ (eagerly, carefully, dryly) “Look both ways before you cross the road,” James said _______________. (sadly,  excitedly, carefully) “This apple isn’t ripe,” Eleanor said _____________
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Unformatted text preview: (sourly, thankfully, hopefully) Now make up 4 more examples of this type of sentence 1. 2. 3. 4. Name __________________ Class _____ Date _________ Adverbs Complete these sentences with a suitable adverb 1. The snail crawled ___________ along the path. 2. The sun shone _______________ through the window. 3. The children in the choir sang ____________. 4. The twins played _____________ in the park. 5. The giant _____________ ate up all the cows in the field. 6. James ran ______________ and won the race. 7. The rain fell _______________ and we all got very wet. 8. You must play _______________ or someone will get hurt. 9. The witch _________________ turned Adam into a toad. 10. The dog ran _______________ after the ball. excitedly slowly cruelly carefully brightly heavily sweetly quickly happily greedily...
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