Wednesday, 2/23/00
"Unpack Your Adjectives"
Adjective: A word used to modify (describe) a noun or pronoun. Which one? What kind? How many?
"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 very quickly, which I  usually never do. (6 adverbs!)

1.Joe slowly ate his very large burger. (2n, 1adj, 1v, 2adv)
2.All the words are spelled correctly. (1n, 2adj, 1v, 1adv)
3.The scared greaser was breathing rather heavily. (1n, 2adj, 1v, 2adv)
4.The book was unusually exciting, and I could hardly put it down. (1n, 2adj,
2v, 3adv)
5.The bird flew almost too high. (1n, 1adj, 1v, 3adv)

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