"Lolly's, Lolly's, Lolly's, Get Your Adverbs Here!"
adverb: A word used to modify (describe) a
verb, adjective, or another adverb.
When? Where? How?
Yesterday, I ran there
which I usually
Joe slowly ate his very large burger. (2n, 1adj, 1v, 2adv)
All the words are spelled correctly. (1n, 2adj, 1v,
The scared greaser was breathing rather heavily. (1n,
2adj, 1v, 2adv)
The book was unusually exciting, and I could hardly put it
down. (1n, 2adj, 2v, 3adv)
The bird flew almost too high. (1n, 1adj, 1v, 3adv)
**Do you think the problems Pony and the rest of the
greasers faced in 1967 are similar to those faces by kids today? What has
changed? What is still the same? Are things better or worse for kids today?
Why? What might we learn from the experiences of Pony and the rest??
**If you could create your own society or life, as you
really wish it could be, where, how would you live? With whom? What would
be different from how you live now? Why would you choose to live this way?
**What sorts of groups/cliques have you experienced or
observed? Do people naturally tend to divide themselves into groups that
don't get along? What makes you think so? Why might they do that? Is it
a good thing or not? What can be done to avoid problems like the greasers
and Socs have?
Pick One! Due Thursday. 500 + words. INK! Begin
with, and use examples to back up what you say.
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