Adverbs worksheets for class 6

In the following sentences underline the adverbs and state whether the modified word is a verb, an adjective or an adverb.

1. She looked pleasantly surprised.

2. Try again.

3. It is too hot.

4. She was very happy.

5. She speaks English well.

6. Come here.

7. I looked for him everywhere.

8. She arrived five minutes ago.

9. The patient is much better today.

10. She walked fast.

11. I was much relieved to hear the news.

12. She is seldom late for work.

13. I have never been to America.

14. She has not yet been told.

15. You are old enough to know better.

Answers

1. She looked pleasantly surprised. (Here the adverb pleasantly modifies the adjective surprised.)

2. Try again. (Here the adverb again modifies the verb try.)

3. It is too hot. (Here the adverb too modifies the adjective hot.)

4. She was very happy. (Here the adverb very modifies the adjective happy.)

5. She speaks English well. (Here the adverb well modifies the verb speaks.)

6. Come here. (Here the adverb here modifies the verb come.)

7. I looked for him everywhere. (Here the adverb everywhere modifies the verb looked.)

8. She arrived five minutes ago. (Here the adverb ago modifies the verb arrived.)

9. The patient is much better today. (Here the adverb much modifies the adjective better.)

10. She walked fast. (Here the adverb fast modifies the verb walked.)

11. I was much relieved to hear the news. (Here the adverb much modifies the adjective relieved.)

12. She is seldom late for work. (Here the adverb seldom modifies the adjective late.)

13. I have never been to America. (Here the adverb never modifies the verb have been.)

14. She has not yet been told. (Here the adjective yet modifies the verb has not been told.)

15. You are old enough to know better. (Here the adverb enough modifies the adjective old.)

 

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