ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB
An adjective tells us more about a noun. Example: an expensive car, a clever girl
An adverb tells us more about a verb. Example: He talked nervously.
HOW TO FORM THE ADVERB
Adjective + ly
Adjectives ending in -y »»» ily
Adjectives ending in -le »»» ly
Adjectives ending in -ly
|friendly||in a friendly way / manner||daily||daily|
|lively||in a lively way / manner||early||early|
|lonely||in a lonely way / manner||monthly||monthly|
|lovely||in a lovely way / manner||weekly||weekly|
|silly||in a silly way / manner||yearly||yearly|
|hard||hard||hardly = kaum|
|near||near||nearly = beinahe|
|late||late||lately = in letzter Zeit|
HOW TO USE THE ADVERB
Verb + adverb
The adverb describes a verb.
Adjective + adverb
The adverb describes an adjective.
Adverb + adverb
The adverb describes an adverb.
|He did his homework||absolutely||correctly.|
No adverb with the following verbs
|Forms of to be:||am, is, are, was, were, have been, had been, will be|
|seem, get, turn, grow, sound, feel, taste, become, smell, look (aussehen)|
|Exercise 1||Exercise 2||Exercise 3||Exercise 4||Exercise 5||Exercise 6|
|Exercise 7||Exercise 8||Exercise 9||Exercise 10||Exercise 11|