Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Grammar Test: The adverb of fast?


What is the answer to this question?
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Answer: 
    Fast (Answer  4)     

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Adverbs

Adverbs often end with '-ly'.

An adverb is used to modify adjectives, verbs or other adverbs.

It is used to express time, place, manner and so on.

Examples
1. One simple thing can make your home extremely awesome.
(Adverb: extremely (modify an adjective 'awesome'))

2. Sarah sings beautifully.
(Adverb: beautifully (modify a verb 'sing'))

3. Jeffrey speaks very quickly.
(Adverb: very (modify an adverb 'quickly'))
 
One of the general uses of adverb is to describe how something was done.

Other examples

1. My grandpa walked slowly.
(How did my grandpa walk?)
('Slowly' is an adverb.)

2. My little baby was sleeping soundly.
(How was my little baby sleeping?)
('Soundly' is an adverb.)

3. We are reading quietly in the library.
(How are we reading in the library?)
('Quietly' is an adverb.)

4. We are in the library. Don't talk too loudly.
(How do we talk in the library?)
('Loudly' is an adverb.)

5. The children were playing football happily.
(How were the children playing football?)
('Happily' is an adverb.)


  
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