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Lesson Topic: Time Grammar Point: Adverbs Name of Teacher: Susan Strikovsky Target Class: 8 th Lesson Place in the Curriculum: Lesson nine
• • Table of Contents Introduction Text- Song on Time Adverbs Forming LY Adverbs of Time Irregular Adverbs Writing the Adverbs in a Sentence Conclusion
Do you ever feel that time goes more quickly? If so, when? What is slower, man or nature?
"Slowly" By: James Reeves Slowly the tide creeps up the sand Slowly the shadows cross the land Slowly the cart horse pulls his mile Slowly the old man mounts his stile Slowly the hands move around the clock Slowly the dew dries on the dock Slow is the snail – but slowest of all The green moss that spreads on the old brick wall.
Adverbs • Adverbs explain how something happens • Describe the verb in the sentence • Many adverbs end in – LY The boy ate his dinner quickly. The footballer screamed loudly when he missed the goal.
Forming LY Adverbs Rule Adjective + LY Example Quick – Quickly, Real- Really Y. . … ILY Easy- Easily, Happy-Happily BLE. . …BLY Possible - Possibly
Adverbs of Time - 1 Some adverbs tell you when or where something happens. I'm going to see the volcano tomorrow.
Adverbs of Time - 2 Other adverbs tell you how much (especially in negatives and questions), a lot, a bit, a little. We don't go out much. I read a lot.
Irregular Adverbs : DO NOT add LY in the Adverb Form Adjective Good Fast Hard Late Adverb Well Fast Hard Late
Writing the Adverbs in a Sentence • Adverbs that say how, where, when or how much often come at the end of the sentence. • (Some can also come at the beginning). • They do not come between the verb and the object. Subject She I Verb speaks bought Object English a lot of clothes Adverb well. yesterday.
Today’s Lesson was about Adverbs Next Lesson will be about Superlatives