english (Adverbs and Other Parts of Speech)

13. In which of the following sentences is the word down used as an adverb?
A. Ricky rolled down the car window to place his order at the coffee shop.
B. Gail fell down the steps because she tripped on her untied shoelace.
C. The ball moved down the street towards the intersection.
D. Just as she was standing to give her presentation, Ashlee fell down.

i know for sure its not Gail fell down the steps because she tripped on her untied shoelace. as i already did the test and put that as my answer and it was wrong

i think its Just as she was standing to give her presentation, Ashlee fell down is that correct

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  1. Yes, you're right.

    The other "down's" must be prepositions since they have objects.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. would it be

    The ball moved down the street towards the

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  3. What? You were right the first time.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. no i did the test and i put that in as my answer and it was wrong i know

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  5. no i did the test and i put that in as my answer and it was wrong i know

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  6. 7. Using what you learned about forming adverbs from adjectives, which of the following is the correct way to make the word visible an adverb?

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