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12.7 Using Adverbs and Adjectives

Directions: Enter "adjective" if the word in bold is an adjective and "adverb" if the word in bold is an adverb
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adverb
Gina drives fast.
adjective
Paul has a loud voice.
adjective
We ate some delicious food at a Mexican restaurant.
adjective
This coffee smells wonderful.
adjective
Gina drives a fast car.
adverb
The new student looked at the class nervously.
adverb
Could you carefully carry these dishes into the kitchen?
adjective
Shy students must be courageous if they want to learn English.
adverb
She answered my question politely.
adverb
Joshua quietly entered the library.
adjective
This information about taxes is helpful.
adverb
The students quickly finished their work.
adverb
The doctor finished the operation quickly.
adjective
My roommate is sick.
adjective
The hungry bear found food in the dumpster.
adverb
The hungry dog happily ate the hot dog we gave him.
adverb
The diligent student easily answered all the questions on the test.
adjective
The child crawled into her warm bed.
adverb
I rarely eat beef.
adjective
Sugar is sweet.
adverb
Summers in Texas can be very hot.
What modifies a noun?
adjective
What modifies a verb?
adverb
What modifies an adverb and/or an adjective?
Adverb
What role does an adverb and/or adjective play in the sentence?
gives more details
Where can adverbs be found?
before or after the word it modifies
Where can adjectives be found?
Before or after the word it modifies
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