Identify Adverbs in sentences - Set 5

Identify adverbs in sentences

An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, adjective, another adverb, determiner, noun phrase, clause, or sentence. [Wikipedia]

An adverb is a word that modifies (describes) a verb (he sings loudly), an adjective (very tall), another adverb (ended too quickly), or even a whole sentence (Fortunately, I had brought an umbrella). [Via]

Identify adverbs in sentences and test your knowledge of adverbs.

1. My mother used to snored loudly.

2. Jackson cried out, "Don't run so fast!"

3. Samir enjoyed on the beach yesterday.

4. A rather amusing joker was juggling balls.

5. I will visit my father tomorrow.

6. Cathy works unusually hard on weekends.

7. Michael, will you come here?

8. Should I cut the onions now?

9. My Poodle sat lazily in the shade.

10. Nathan slowly placed a knife on the kitchen shelf.

11. The second part of the movie was less interesting.

12. Garry stopped suddenly and vomited.

13. Guru waved his elbow angrily.

14. I carefully glued the hair on the head of the doll.

15. Senorita accidentally slipped on the snow.

16. Yesterday, they played a football.

17. The train rumbled loudly.

18. She will go to her hometown soon.

19. My duck always quacks.

20. The photographers waited patiently for the sun to set.

21. Tom finally arrived at the scene.

22. My elder sister politely reminded me to do my homework.

23. The electrician easily fixed the problem.

24. I usually hug my father when I return home.

25. Kaira smartly wrote a shopping list.


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