FEATURES AND FUNCTION, USING ADVERBS IN SENTENCES AND PRESENT TENSE
An adverbs is a word that adds to our intonation about a verb, about an adjective and about another adverbs.
E.g Work (verb) rapidly (adverbs)
Extremely (adverbs) beautiful (adjective
Sleeping (verb) soundly (adverb)
FEATURES OF ADVERBS
Frequently adverbs in the category of (adverbs of manner) are formed by adding lyto an adjective.
Examples of these include:
TENSE (PRESENT TENSE)
What is Tense? This is the form of a verb that is used to show the time at which the action of a the verbs takes place. One of the tenses in English is the present tense.
What is present tense? The present tense is used to indicate an action now going on or a state now existing.
A distinction can be made between the habitual present which works habitual or repeates actions or recurring events, and the staure present, which indicates something that is true at all times.
- He works long hours
- She walksto work
- The world is round
The simple present tense is used to show an action that occurs always or an occupation.
I eat rice every day.
She sells bread.
EVALUATION: Make each of these an adverbs
- QUICK BRIGHT 3. CAREFUL 4. BAD
- GOOD DEEP 6. CLEARER 7. HARD
ASSIGNMENT: PROGRESIVE ENGLISH (PAGE 69) EXERCISE 3A QUESTION 1 – 10
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- adverbs definition
- adverbs of frequency
- adverbs in spanish
- adverbs worksheet
- adverbs of time
- adverbs of manner
- adverbs and adjectives
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- tense synonym
- tense definition
- tensegrity table
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- tense watches
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