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 Noun

 Adjective Adverb
 Verb

 Preposition

 Pronoun
Adjective or Adverb?

 He’s a careful driver.

 He drives carefully.

 He’s a quick worker.

 He works quickly.
Adjective + ‘ly’
My son is very quiet
____. quiet
My son speaks quietly
_____ . quietly

He is a ____
slow driver. slow
He drives _____.

Adverbs of manner usually come after the verb.

Adjective Noun

An adjective tells you about a noun. a slow car.

Adverb Verb

An adverb tells you about a verb.

He drives slowly.
Adjectives Adverbs
slow slowly
angry angrily
easy easily
quiet quietly
careful carefully
Adjective + ‘ly’
 noisy  noisily

 easy  easily

 angry  angrily

If a word ends in ‘y’ change the ‘y’ to an ‘i’

 Beautiful  Beautifully

 Careful  Carefully

If an adjective ends in ‘l’ add ‘ly’.


 Fast  Fast

 Hard  Hard
 Late  Late
 Early  Early

 Good
 Well
 Oral practice – flashcards whole class activity - choose the
correct word

 Oral practice – pairwork mingle activity

 Write the adverb Gr. Pr. P57 Ex 38a [Check - slide 11]
soft soft calm calmly hard hard
quick quickly easy easily sad sadly
angry angrily perfect perfectly careful carefully
slow slowly polite politely good well
nice nicely bad badly fast fast
quiet quietly beautiful beautifully clear clearly
Choose the correct word (adjective or adverb) Ex. 38d Gr Pr p. 58

1. This music is too loud. We can’t talk.

2. She played badly and she lost the game.
3. We waited patiently for the letter but it never
4. Please don’t be angry with him.
5. She asks intelligent questions.
6. The children are playing together very nicely today.
7. She’s a very warm person and everyone likes her.
8. She surprised me when she opened the door
9. You speak English very well.
10. It’s dangerous to swim in the sea here.
Rewrite the sentences using a verb and adverb. Gr.Pr. 38c

1. They’re slow workers. 1. They work slowly.

2. He’s a dangerous driver. 2. He drives dangerously.
3. She’s a careful writer. 3. She writes carefully.
4. I’m a loud singer. 4. I sing loudly.
5. She’s a fast swimmer. 5. She swims fast.
6. He’s a bad actor. 6. He acts badly.
7. Jill’s a beautiful painter. 7. Jill paints beautifully.
8. You’re a terrible dancer. 8. You dance terribly.
9. They’re good teachers. 9. They teach well.
10. John’s a patient listener. 10. John listens patiently.