Adverbial Phrase Worksheets To Print:
Jazz It Up! - This is entirely an identification activity. Draw a line under all of them.
- Match each main clause with an target phrase to create a sentence that makes sense and flows right off the tongue.
Draw It Up! - Underline
the adverbial phrase in each sentence. Draw a line to the word it
Quick Quiz - Explain
the function of the phrase in a sentence. We take a look at dog day sentences.
Wavy Thoughts -
Underline the fundamental modifier of each of the sentences.
a Sentence - Pair the two pieces together to create a sentence. See if you can create multiple frames of thoughts beyond the six that are given to you.
All Together Now! - Finish off each of the sentences to create a well put together thought that makes the most of it all.
Verb - Underline the underlying modifier with in each sentence. Write the verb that it modifies on the line.
- Rewrite each sentence. Add a twist that is used to modify the verb in the sentence.
Up - More pairing and sharings are here. Make sure that full thought comes across quickly.
an Adverb? - The known phrase of interest answers the same questions
as a regular adverb: how/how much, when, or where.
Phrases as Adverbs - Use the technique we have been discussing to modify the verb in the sentence and rewrite each of them.
Sentences -You will slowly and methodically compose a series of sentences that helps you draw on new conclusions.
Scratch - Write sentences using each of the adverbial phrases indicated. These can be pretty fun to put together.