Adverb of Manner for Class 4 English
In this chapter, students will study the adverb of manner along with its examples. They will also learn how an adverb is placed in a sentence. There are common mistakes that should be avoided while using them.
In this learning concept, the students will know about the following:
- To identify the adverb of manner in a sentence.
- To create adverbs from adjective by adding ly suffix words.
Every concept is taught to class 4 English students with the help of examples, illustrations, and concept maps. Once you go through a concept, assess your learning by solving the two printable worksheets at the page’s end. Download the adverb of manner worksheet and check your answers with the worksheet solutions for the concept adverb of manner provided in PDF format.
Adverb of Manner Definition
Where are Adverbs placed in a Sentence?
Adverbs can be found near the verb or at the end of the sentence. In the first sentence given below, the word ‘happily’ is used after the verb ‘ran’. In the second sentence, it is used after the object of the sentence.
- The child ran happily to his father.
- The child ran toward his father happily.
Formation of Adverbs from Adjectives
As most adverbs have the ‘ly’ suffix, it is necessary to learn how adverbs are framed using other words.
- Adverbs can be formed simply by adding ‘ly’.
- If an adjective ends with the letter ‘y’, replace the letter ‘y’ with an ‘i’ followed by a ‘ly.’
- If the adjective ends with ‘ic’ add ‘-ally’.
Some adjectives do not change spelling when written as an adverb.
- An adverb of manner cannot be written between a verb and its direct object so it is written at the end of the sentence.
- He ate the pizza greedily.
- He ate greedily the pizza.
- He gave us the food generously.
- He gave us generously the food.
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