Grammar (will you check the rest please)

FIND THE ADVERB AND THE WORD IT MODIFIES

1. Mac looked everywhere for his jacket but could not find it.EVERYWHERE MODIFIES LOOKED AND FIND MODIFIES COULD

2. Tom threw the ball fast and hard. FAST, HARD MODIFIES THREW

3. Soon it will be time to go to sleep. SOON MODIFES TIME

4. Dorthy asked her questions firmly but politely. FIRMLY, POLITELY MODIFES QUESTIONS

5. Mimi was extremely exhausted after the mile run on a hot day.EXTREMELY MODIFIES EXHAUSTED

6. The goalie defended forcefully but gracefully.GRACEFULLY, FORCEFULLY MODIFIES DEFENDED

7. Matt's parents briefly spoke to his teacher.BRIEFLY MODIFIES SPOKE

8. Though the path was marked for beginning backpackers, it seemed rather steep to us.STEEP MODIFIES PATH

9. Rosemarie is very consientious about everything she does. VERY MODIEFES CONSIENTIOUS

10. Who is on the phone now?NOW MODIFIES WHO

11. Stacey was somewhat hesitant at first, but now she is enthusiastic. SOMEWHAT MODIFIES HESITANT AND ENTHUSIASTIC MODIFIES SHE

12. The president's press conference seemed unusually short. SHORT MODIFIES CONFERENCE

13. What did you do next? DO MODIFIES WHAT

14. The volunteer coordinator at the library greeted us cheerfully. CHEERFULLY MODIFIES GREETED

15. Please carry the tray carefully. CAREFULLY MODIFIES CARRY

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  1. 1. Everywhere is an adverb, but could find is a verb.

    2. Right -- but there's another adverb.

    3. Soon is an adverb, but it doesn't modify time (a noun).

    4. Your adverbs are right, but questions is a noun.

    5. Correct

    6. Correct

    7. Correct

    8. Steep is an adjective.

    9. Correct

    10. Correct adverb -- but who is a pronoun.

    11. The first half is right, but enthusiastic is an adjective. You missed the short adverb that tells when.

    12. Nope.

    13. Do is a helping verb.

    14. Correct

    15. Correct

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  2. 1. NOT MODIFIES FIND

    2. BALL MODIFIES THREW

    3. SOON MODIFIES SLEEP

    4. FIRMLY, POLITELY MODIFIES ASKED

    8. FOR MODIFIES MARKED

    10. NOW MODIFIES ON

    11. NOW MODIFIES IS

    12. UNUSUALLY MODIFIES SEEMED

    13. I DON'T KNOW DID IS THE VERB COULD THE ADVERB BE NEXT?

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  3. 1. Correct.

    2. Oops -- I made a mistake. Your first answer is correct.

    3. Correct.

    4. Correct.

    8. Nope. Rather is the adverb, modifying the adjective steep.

    10. Nope. Now modifies the verb is.

    11. Correct.

    12. Unusually modifies the adjective short.

    13. Right. The adverb is next, modifying the verb, did do.

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  4. thank you

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  5. You're very welcome.

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