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I will visit my friend tomorrow.
When will he visit?
My sheepdog sat lazily in the pool.
How did he sit?
They ran quickly to their seats.
How did they run?
I like curly hair better than straight hair.
How was her hair?
The winter weather was chilly.
How was the weather?
An adverb describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
The elderly man could not walk very far.
How was the man?
The boy cried sadly when he lost his balloon.
How did the boy cry?
The chorus sang joyfully!
How did the chorus sing?
Mother hummed softly to her baby.
How did the mother hum?
We will leave the park soon.
When will we leave the park?
Peter neatly wrote a shopping list.
How did Peter write the list?
I usually bug my mother when I get home.
When does mother get bugged?
My mother nicely reminded me to do my homework.
How did mother get reminded?
Jen waited patiently for the computer to load.
How did Jen wait?
Yesterday, they played a game.
When did they play?
Nathan stomped his feet angrily.
How did Nathan stomp?
I carefully glued the last piece onto the model.
How did it get glued?
The boat sailed peacefully down the river.
How did the boat sail?
Mr. LaMont stopped suddenly and listened.
How did Mr. Lamont sail?
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