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Practice - Grammar and Punctuation - 09

Hello young learners! Are you ready for an exciting journey into the world of verbs and adverbs? Don't worry, it's not as tough as it sounds. In fact, you're going to have a lot of fun figuring out the answers to these questions. So, prepare yourself for an adventure in English grammar!
1.
In the sentence 'He slowly opened the door', which word is the adverb?
He
Slowly
Opened
Door
'Slowly' is the adverb because it tells us how he opened the door.
2.
Which word in this sentence is a verb? 'She sang a song.'
She
Sang
A
Song
'Sang' is a verb because it's what she did.
3.
Which of these words can be used both as a verb and an adverb?
Fast
Table
Chair
Hat
'Fast' can be an adverb as in 'run fast' (quickly). It can also be a verb as in 'to fast' (not eat or drink). Did you know that the word 'breakfast' means 'breaking your fast' or 'eating for the first time today'?
4.
'The hamster moved quickly.' What is the adverb?
The
Hamster
Moved
Quickly
'Quickly' is the adverb because it tells us how the hamster moved.
5.
In the sentence 'Tom plays football', which word is the verb?
Tom
Plays
Football
The
The word 'plays' is the verb because it shows the action Tom is doing.
6.
Which of the following words is a verb? 'He is a fast runner.'
He
Is
A
Runner
'Is' is a verb because it shows a state of being.
7.
In the sentence 'She carefully placed the vase on the table', which word is the adverb?
She
Vase
Carefully
Table
The word 'carefully' is the adverb because it tells how she placed the vase.
8.
Which of these is a verb?
Running
Slowly
Nicely
Beautiful
Running is a verb because it describes what is being done.
9.
Which of these is an adverb?
Walk
Quickly
Ball
Jump
'Quickly' is an adverb because it describes how something is being done.
10.
Which word in this sentence is the adverb? 'The rain fell gently throughout the night.'
Rain
Fell
Gently
Night
'Gently' is an adverb because it tells us how the rain fell.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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