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I have to find the adverb in each sentence. Then I have to identify the verb it modifies.

1.)Native Americans originally developed lacrosse. Adverb- originally. Verb-developed.

2.)It was first played by the Iroquois. Adverb- first. Verb- played.

3.)It was played differently than it is played today. Adverb- differently. Verb- played.

4.)It was frequently a rough game. Adverb- frequently. Verb- was.

5.)Hundreds of players faced each other bravely. Adverb- bravely. Verb- faced.

6.)They felt badly when they lost. Adverb- badly. Verb- felt.

7.)They played the games outside. Adverb- outside. Verb- played.

8.)The players spent all day there. Adverb- there. Verb- spent.

9.)Sometimes the game continued for days. Adverb- days. Verb- continued.

10.)Later, lacrosse changed. Adverb- later. Verb- changed.

11.) Canadians partially changed the stick and the net. Adverb- partially. Verb- changed.

12.)Lacrosse is a game that is still frequently played by many. Adverb- still, frequently. Verb-played.

13.)The audience cheers excitedly when someone makes a goal. Adverb- excitedly. Verb- cheers.

14.)At the end of the game, the players often rest. Adverb- often. Verb- rest.

15.)The winners are warmly congratulated. Adverb- warmly. Verb- congratulated.

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  1. Tell your teacher that this sentence uses incorrect grammar. The word should be "bad" not "badly" since there was nothing wrong with the players sense of touch.
    6.)They felt badly when they lost. Adverb- badly. Verb- felt.

    9 is incorrect.
    3 has two adverbs in it.

    The rest are correct.

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  2. 3.) Adverb- differently, today

    9.) Adverb- Sometimes. Verb- continued

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