An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.  An adverb tells how, when, where, or to what extent.

He roller blades quickly. (Tells how)

We will go to the library tomorrow. (Tells when)

Lisa found it over there. (Tells where)

Chris is very hungry. (Tells to what extent)


Directions: Find the adverb in each sentence.  Put it in the box.
The balloon quickly disappeared into the thin air.
The temperature was unusually low.
The bird moved swiftly, so we couldn't identify it.
Dad drove slowly down the dirt road.
We were so disappointed.
The clouds cleverly appeared as a picture in the sky.
My dog greeted me noisily.
You should be extremely cautious of strangers.
Loud sounds often wake mom in the night.
My best friend listened faithfully.
My Aunt Ruby is an enormously loving person.
I use the computer quite efficiently.
Dad travels carefully to work every morning.
The first pitch curved inside home plate.
Jim swings well at pitches.
We play kickball often.
Jill  improved greatly during the game.
That is the worst movie I have ever seen.
I did badly on my math test.
We immediately walked out of school.
I read often.



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