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					Verb and Adverb Review
  (along with nouns, pronouns, and adjectives)




        Click on either picture to begin.
                  Which is the verb?
1.The married couple bought a new house.        married or bought

2.We sent our dog to obedience school.          sent or school

3.Madison is the capital of Wisconsin.          is or capital

4.They looked handsome in their new clothes.    looked or handsome

5.Mark’s bike skidded on the pavement.          bike or skidded

6.Loretta felt her way through the dark room.   felt or through

7.I saw that movie last week.                   saw or movie

8.The crowd grew quiet when the team lost.      grew or quiet
       Awesome!




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A verb is a word that
  expresses an action
  or a state of being.



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           Is the highlighted verb an action verb
                      or a linking verb?
1.The married couple bought a new house.        action   linking

2.We sent our dog to obedience school.          action   linking

3.Madison is the capital of Wisconsin.          action   linking

4.They looked handsome in their new clothes.    action   linking

5.Mark’s bike skidded on the pavement.          action   linking

6.Loretta felt her way through the dark room.   action   linking

7.I saw that movie last week.                   action   linking

8.The crowd grew quiet when the team lost.      action   linking
       Way to go!




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An action verb is
  something that you
  can DO!

A linking verb links the
  subject with a noun
  that renames the
  subject or an
  adjective that
  describes the subject.
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        Click on the T if you think the verb is transitive
              or the I if you think it is intransitive.

1.   The drummer hit the cymbals.

                      2.      The weeds grow taller every day.

3.   Gary enjoyed the new movie.

                4.            My cousin works at the post office.

5.   The movers unloaded the van.

                     6.      My sister never washes the dishes.

7.   Our teacher always reads to us.

                8.         The crossing guards wear yellow vests.
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A TRANSITIVE verb is
  an action verb that
  transfers its action to
  a direct object.

       He threw the football.

       What was thrown?
 The football received the action
             (throwing).
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                       Intransitive
An INTRANSITIVE verb is
  an action verb that does
  not transfer its action to a
  direct object. The action
  is done by the subject.


    The doctor operated today.


    The operating was done
    by the subject (doctor).          Back
Is the underlined word a predicate noun
        or a predicate adjective?
1.   Michael Jordan was a basketball player.   PN   PA
2.   He is still very famous.                  PN   PA
3.   His team seemed happy to play with him.   PN   PA
4.   They were his teammates.                  PN   PA
5.   We are fans of his game.                  PN   PA
6.   He looked graceful on the court.          PN   PA
7.   I am his biggest fan.                     PN   PA
8.   The game seemed easy for him.             PN   PA
9.   He was always happy to greet his fans.    PN   PA
10. The Chicago Bulls are a NBA team.          PN   PA
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A predicate NOUN is a noun that
   renames the subject.

            Brett is a quarterback.

Brett and quarterback are both nouns that name
                 the same person.


A predicate ADJECTIVE is a word
   that describes the subject.

              Joe is awesome!

          Awesome describes Joe.




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     Find the verb phrase in each of the following
  sentences. Once you have the answer, click on the
           picture to see if you are correct.

That cut may need a band aid.


Cheri has been named President of her class.


The softball should have been caught by the pitcher.


He will play the piano in the concert.
   The verb phrase is …



That cut may need a band aid.




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      The verb phrase is …


Cheri has been named President of her class.




                               BACK
         The verb phrase is …


The softball should have been caught by the pitcher.




       BACK
    The verb phrase is …


He will play the piano in the concert.




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Click on the questions that
     adverbs answer.
        • Which one?
          • When?
        • What kind?
          • Where?
        • How many?
           • How?
      • To what extent?
 You are correct!




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          Which word is the adverb?
                      Click on your answer.

1.    Mother made a cherry pie yesterday.         yesterday or cherry
2.    The gorilla was a very great attraction.    very or great
3.    The football team will play well tonight.   football or tonight
4.    There are not enough stars in the sky.      sky or not
5.    They suddenly stopped for lunch.            suddenly or stopped
6.    The lunch attracted a very loud crowd.      very or loud
7.    The guard dog ran fast.                     guard or fast
8.    The pizza smells so delicious.              so or delicious
9.    The food should be hot now.                 now or hot
10.   The front tire is really flat.              front or really
   Congratulations!




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Adverbs describe verbs,
  adjectives, and adverbs.
They answer the questions –

           How?
          When?
          Where?
     To what extent?
   How often? How long?
           Why?
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                   Is the underlined word an
                    adjective or an adverb?
1.The married couple bought a new house.        adjective   adverb
2.We always send our dogs to obedience school. adjective    adverb
3.Yesterday the television did not work.        adjective   adverb
4.They looked handsome in their new clothes.    adjective   adverb
5.Mark’s bike skidded slowly on the pavement.   adjective   adverb
6.Loretta felt her way through the dark room.   adjective   adverb
7.I saw that horror movie last week.            adjective   adverb
8.The crowd grew very quiet.                    adjective   adverb
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The word you chose is not an
  adjective. It is an adverb.

Adjectives          Adverbs
Which one?          How?
What kind?          When?
How many?           Where?
                    To what
                      extent?
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                    Try again!
The word you chose is not an
  adverb. It is an adjective.

Adjectives          Adverbs
Which one?          How?
What kind?          When?
How many?           Where?
                    To what
                      extent?
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