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Put brackets [ ] around the adverb in each of the following
sentences. Write
how
if the adverbs tell how,
when
if the adverbs
tells when, or
where
if the adverb tell where the action takes place.
1.
Tameesha thought her prom gown draped beautifully.
2.
She wanted to wear it immediately.
3.
Her grandmother said, “You cannot wear it now!”
4.
So Tameesha put the gown away.
5.
She carefully hung it on a padded hanger in her closet.
Put brackets around the adverb in each of the following sentences.
On the line provided, write the word the adverb modifies.
6.
Tameesha’s confidence in her designs grew steadily.
7.
She quite readily purchased difficult patterns.
8.
Tameesha finally realized she did not need to buy patterns.
9.
She often sketched her own designs.
10.
Tameesha finally thought of herself as a classic designer
My answers: 1.[beautifully];how 2.[immediately];when 3.[now];when 4.[away];when 5.[carefully];how
6.[steadily]designs 7.[difficult]patterns 8.[realized]need
9. [often]sketched 10.[finally]thought
PLEASE HELP Ms.Sue!

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    4. is not when
    6. steadily does not modify designs
    7. All wrong
    8. All wrong
    9. Correct
    10. Correct

    There's a second adverb in 3 and 7.

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    is 1 and 2 right and im confused on 3,7,8
    please explain

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    3.
    Her grandmother said, “You cannot wear it now!”
    Both NOT and NOW are adverbs. Not modifies "can "wear."

    7.
    She quite readily purchased difficult patterns.
    QUITE modifies READILY.

    8.
    Tameesha finally realized she did not need to buy patterns.
    FINALLY is an adverb, modifying "realized".

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    thank you and what about 4,6,1,2.Sorry for all the questions

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    please help

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    1 and 2 are correct.

    I explained 4 and 6

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    4.away; how 6. confidence;design
    5? im sorry for all the questions :(

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    its for a test and i really need a good grade

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    4. away; where

    6. steadily; grew (I told you that before.)

    5. This was correct.

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    thanks Ms.Sue

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    You're welcome, Mandie.

    Good luck on your test.

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