Grammar Grade 6 - Adverb types Flashcards

Terms Definitions
again
Adverb of time
already
Adverb of time
always
Adverb of time
before
Adverb of time
early
Adverb of time
ever
Adverb of time
finally
Adverb of time
first
Adverb of time
frequently
Adverb of time
immediately
Adverb of time
later
Adverb of time
never
Adverb of time
now
Adverb of time
often
Adverb of time
once
Adverb of time
recently
Adverb of time
seldom
Adverb of time
sometimes
Adverb of time
soon
Adverb of time
still
Adverb of time
today
Adverb of time
usually
Adverb of time
above
Adverb of place
away
Adverb of place
back
Adverb of place
below
Adverb of place
down
Adverb of place
far
Adverb of place
forward
Adverb of place
here
Adverb of place
in
Adverb of place
inside
Adverb of place
outside
Adverb of place
there
Adverb of place
up
Adverb of place
within
Adverb of place
anxiously
Adverb of manner
bravely
Adverb of manner
cheerfully
Adverb of manner
correctly
Adverb of manner
courageously
Adverb of manner
diligently
Adverb of manner
fast
Adverb of manner
gracefully
Adverb of manner
kindly
Adverb of manner
steadily
Adverb of manner
swiftly
Adverb of manner
truthfully
Adverb of manner
unexpectedly
Adverb of manner
almost
Adverb of degree
awfully
Adverb of degree
barely
Adverb of degree
extraordinarily
Adverb of degree
extremely
Adverb of degree
fairly
Adverb of degree
fully
Adverb of degree
greatly
Adverb of degree
hardly
Adverb of degree
incredibly
Adverb of degree
merely
Adverb of degree
much
Adverb of degree
partly
Adverb of degree
quite
Adverb of degree
rather
Adverb of degree
really
Adverb of degree
scarcely
Adverb of degree
somewhat
Adverb of degree
terribly
Adverb of degree
too
Adverb of degree
very
Adverb of degree
allegedly
Adverb of affirmation
indeed
Adverb of affirmation
positively
Adverb of affirmation
undoubtedly
Adverb of affirmation
yes
Adverb of affirmation
comparative
This means to compare two actions or conditions
superlative
This means to compare three or more.
well and badly
Examples of adverbs which have irregular comparative and superlative forms.
adverb
This modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb.
adjective
This describes a noun or a pronoun.
good
This is an adjective.
well
This is an adverb.
Double negative
This should never be used.
Double negative - example
Don't never put metal in an outlet.
Adverb phrase
This is a prepositional phrase used as an adverb.
Adverb clause
This is a group of words with a subject and a predicate used as an adverb.
no
Adverb of negation
never
Adverb of negation
not
Adverb of negation
Many American families move DURING THE SUMMER.
Adverb phrase - example in caps
The children will start classes IN THE FALL.
Adverb phrase - example in caps
Some children worry ABOUT THEIR NEW SCHOOLS.
Adverb phrase - example in caps
BEFORE WE MOVED, they downloaded a map of their new neighborhood.
Adverb clause - example in caps
I drew the route to school SO THAT I WOULD NOT GET LOST.
Adverb clause - example in caps
SINCE WE BELONG TO A SCOUT TROOP, we contacted a troop in our new town.
Adverb clause - example in caps
People are ALWAYS curious about the world.
Adverb of time - example in caps
FINALLY, the Devils scored a goal.
Adverb of time - example in caps
LATER in the period the team committed a penalty.
Adverb of time - example in caps
ONCE I saw the new uniforms, I wanted to buy a jersey.
Adverb of time - example in caps
The eagle soared UPWARD in flight.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Some birds build nests HIGH in the trees.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Place the table HERE, please.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Please look UP to see the planes.
Adverb of place - example in caps
The team ANXIOUSLY went out for the third period hoping to hold their lead.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The player GRACEFULLY skated down the ice.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The team DESERVEDLY won the game after dominating possession.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The offense moved SWIFTLY down the field to score the winning touchdown.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The 2002-2003 Devils are RATHER famous for winning the Cup.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The goalie BARELY got back to the post to stop the wraparound shot.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
His slapshot is INCREDIBLY hard.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The Devils played such good defense that they SCARCELY got off a shot in the third period.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
Exiting the parking lot after a game can be SOMEWHAT difficult if you do not have a spot near the exit.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The man ALLEGEDLY committed the crime.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
INDEED, the three games against Carolina in the coming weeks are important.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
It is UNDOUBTEDLY a good idea to start your best goalie in game 7 of a series.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
The defensive ability of Scott Stevens NEVER failed to amaze his coaches.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
His real name was NOT Billy, it was really Bob.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
We have ALREADY started our homework.
Adverb of time - example in caps
Many of the NHL trophies are NOW in the Hall of Fame.
Adverb of time - example in caps
People USUALLY enjoy attending hockey games.
Adverb of time - example in caps
When we attend hockey games, we ALWAYS allow enough time to view the warmups.
Adverb of time - example in caps
The boy went INSIDE for his boots.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Beautiful lights shined HERE and THERE in the ballroom.
Adverb of place - example in caps
During the Heritage Classic, bright stars may twinkle OVERHEAD.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Because of the blizzard we did not go OUTSIDE for two days.
Adverb of place - example in caps
Many players FOOLISHLY decide not to back check which results in odd man rushes.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
We should all study INTENTLY for our school tests.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The player TRUTHFULLY answered the coach's questions about being tired.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The team's star TIRELESSLY worked in the corner to dig out the puck.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The puck was TERRIBLY misplayed, resulting in a chippy goal.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
Prudential Center was ALMOST sold out for the big game.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The third period of the 1980 Olympic hockey game between the USA and Russia was EXTREMELY tense.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
Boris Mikhailov was GREATLY feared as the best player on the 1980 Russian Olympic hockey team.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The team NEVER trailed by more than three goals throughout the tournament.
Adverb of affirmation or negation - example in caps
We FREQUENTLY attend hockey games.
Adverb of time - example in caps
During a fire drill you must IMMEDIATELY leave the school.
Adverb of time - example in caps
RECENTLY, we drove to the beach.
Adverb of time - example in caps
It is SOMETIMES a good idea to stay back on defense.
Adverb of time - example in caps
We USUALLY go to church on Sunday.
Adverb of time - example in caps
The player's shot was INCREDIBLY powerful.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The goalie was PARTLY to blame for the goal.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The player who injured the other was AWFULLY sorry about the bodycheck.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
It is VERY hard to score four goals in a single game.
Adverb of degree - example in caps
The dancer GRACEFULLY moved across the stage.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The soldier COURAGEOUSLY carried an injured man back to the aid station while under fire.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
The student DILIGENTLY worked on their report.
Adverb of manner - example in caps
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