Adverbs
Comparative or Superlative?
Give me a sentence
Potpourri
Complete the sentence

100

What does an adverb modify?

Verb, adjective, or another adverb

100

More quickly

Comparative

100

Write a sentence using the adverb slowly

100

Usually add -er to this type of one syllable adverbs

Comparative 

100

She smiled (happily)_________ than before.

More happily

200

What three questions can you ask to find an adverb in a sentence?

How, when, where

200

Fastest

Superlative

200

Write a sentence using the adverb well

200

This type of adverb compares two actions

Comparative

200

Planes can fly (high)___ than birds.

Higher

300

What is an example of an adverb that tells when?

Sample answers: today, daily, before, now, after, yesterday

300

Most cheerfully

Superlative

300

Write a sentence using a comparative adverb

300

This type of adverb compares more than two actions

Superlative

300

I speak English (fluently) _____ now than last year. 

More fluently

400

Give an example of an adverb that tells where

Sample answers: outside, down, upstairs, here, somewhere

400

More carefully

Comparative

400

Write a sentence using a superlative adverb

400

This is how adverbs help in your writing

They can help the reader create a vivid picture of the information

400

The little girl dances (gracefully) ____ of all the dancers in the class. 

Most gracefully

500

Give an example of an adverb that tells how

Sample answers:quickly, effortlessly, carefully, quietly, awkwardly

500

More briskly

Comparative

500

Write a sentence using a comparative adverb that ends in -er

500

When comparing three or more actions with an adverb that ends in -ly, you do this to it make it superlative

Add most before the adverb

500

Cole worked (hard) to make an A than ever before.

Harder