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what is the adverb in this sentence?
"Soon people became very fearful."

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    Which word answers one of these questions?

    where?

    when?

    how?

    (Actually, there are 2 adverbs in there.)

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    soon and fearful

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    soon - yes

    fearful - no, it's an adj modifying "people"

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    thank you so much!

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    Did you figure out what the 2nd adverb is?

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    Very is the adverb. How fearful? VERY fearful

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