Grammar homework – Due on Friday 13th October

The children have done some fantastic work on grammar homework so far. This week, we will be looking at two areas: adverbs and determiners.

We would like the children to attempt the following:

  1. Write a definition for an adverb. Explain a common spelling pattern for many adverbs and list 5 that use this pattern.
  2. List 10 adverbs that do not have this common spelling pattern (irregular adverbs)
  3. Explain what a time adverbial is.
  4. Write a short definition of determiners and give some examples. Find out what an article is and explain how this is also a determiner.

15 thoughts on “Grammar homework – Due on Friday 13th October

  1. Adverb- Description of a verb
    Dabbing quickly Dabbing slowly Dabbing angrily Dabbing furiously Dabbing nicely
    Irregular Adverbs- Well Much Badly Better More Worse
    Time adverbial- A phrase or word that gives time e.g. May June Tomorrow Later
    Determiner- a modifying word that determines the kind of reference a noun or noun group has. a, the, every… I like this room l like this The two footballs
    “The” is a definite article meaning the person using the word is referring to a specific one. ############################ Grammar Homework####

  2. 1. An adverb describes a verb. Walking slowly. The verb is walking the adverb is
    slowy.
    Baking slowly, Baking quickly, Baking thoroughly, Baking cautiously, Baking
    happily.
    2. Never Often Once Soon Since Once Everywhere Frequently Home Inside
    3. Time adverbs describe when things happen.
    4. A person or thing that determins or decides things.
    I went to the park.
    I walked the dog.
    I ran to the shop.
    An article refers to a certain person or thing.
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  3. 1. Adverb descrips of a verb.
    walking slowly walking angry walking calmly walking nicly walking quckly
    2. e.g nicly horribly angrily quckly slowly sadly brightly guiltily cutely cutely and calmly.
    3. putting an adverb that tells use when at the end of a sentence is a neutral positions but these adverbs can be put on other position to give a diffrent emphasis
    4. A person or thing determines or decids somthing.
    A article pariticalar item or objet.

  4. Jumping frantically
    running quickly
    dabbing carefully
    clapping slowly
    waving nicely
    a adverb is were it describes a verb.
    ilregila:beauty badly

  5. An adverb tells you how something is happening for example:happily, slowly, sadly, quietly, excitedly
    regular verbs for example: fast, hard, late, early, daily, wrong, straight, well, bright, high
    time adverb its something that is happening for example: now, never, last, next, after
    determiner is a word that goes before a noun in more detail for example: his hat, her hat,
    articles tell you weather a noun is general or specific. it is also a determiner because it gives more information for example: a cat sat on the mat.

  6. 1. An adverb tells you how something happens for example: quickly, slowly, happily, excitedly, crossly.
    2. Irregular verb fast, hard, early, daily, wrong, straight, well, bright, high, late.
    3. A time adverbial is when something is happening.
    4. A determiner is a word that goes before a noun in more detail for example: his hat, my book.
    5. Articles tell us weather a noun is general or specific for example: Harry Potter walked into Dumbledoor’s office.

  7. Adverb- Describes a verb
    Running happily Running sadly Running tiredly Running quickly Running angrily
    Irregular- Badly Much Little Well Lively Late Daily Fast Hard Early
    Time adverbial-a phrase or word that has a time e.g yesterday one early morning…
    Determiner-a modifying word that determines the kind of reference a noun or noun group has, for example a, the, every e.g I like my house.
    article meaning-a particular item or object.
    Because thy both have noun and the object in the sentence.

  8. adverd-discribes the verb.
    amazingly extreamly usely certenly only
    maner place time degree how when were what way exctence
    time adverbial means when something happens

    a diterminers proced a noun or noun phrase
    the dog is barking to loudly

  9. Write a definition for an adverb. Explain a common spelling pattern for many adverbs and list 5 that use this pattern.
    List 10 adverbs that do not have this common spelling pattern (irregular adverbs)
    Explain what a time adverbial is.
    Write a short definition of determiners and give some examples. Find out what an article is and explain how this is also a determiner.
    1.An Adverb is a word to describe the verb. The common spelling pattern is ly words. Examples are: Delicately
    Wearily
    Sorrowfully
    Beautifully
    Truthfully
    2. Badly Much Little Well Lively Late Daily Fast Hard Early
    3. A time adverbial is when something happened for example:
    I saw Mary yesterday,
    She was born in 1968,
    I will see you later.
    There was a storm during the night.

    • for how long :

    We waited all day.
    They have lived here since 2004.
    We will be on holiday from July 1st until August 3rd.

    • how often (frequency):

    They usually watched television in the evening.
    We sometimes went to work by car.

    4. A determiner are words like the,these,my etc. Also A determiner is a word that goes before a noun in more detail for example: his hat, my book.
    5. An article is a word used to modify a noun, which is a person, place, object, or idea. Technically, an article is an adjective, which is any word that modifies a noun. Usually adjectives modify nouns through description, but articles are used instead to point out or refer to nouns. There are two different types of articles that we use in writing and conversation to point out or refer to a noun or group of nouns: definite and indefinite articles

  10. 1. Adverb- It describes how the the verb is done for example:quickly, slowly, sadly and angrily.Ran is the verb, quickly is the adverb… ran quickly. Swimming quickly, swimming slowly, swimming anrily, swimming happily, swimming cautiously.
    2. Often, Never, Once, Since, Soon, horribly, gultily, better, calmly and inside.
    3. Time adverbial:A time adverbial is an adverb to show you when its happened e.g. Yesterday, Tomorrow and later.
    4. Definition of determiner:A modifying word that determines the kind of reference a noun or a noun group has,for example a, the, every.

  11. Adverb describes the verb, Running happily Running sadly Running tiredly Running quickly Running angrily
    Irregular- Badly Much Little Well Lively Late Daily Fast Hard Early
    Time adverbial-a phrase or word that has a time e.g yesterday one early morning…
    Determiner-a modifying word that determines the kind of reference a noun or noun group has, for example a, the, every e.g I like my house.
    article meaning-a particular item or object.
    Because thy both have noun and the object in the sentence.

  12. 1 a adverb is a describing word that you add to a complex sentens
    2 pretty , happy , sad , cool , amazing , ancshus , evil , joyus , strict , mad

  13. 1.)An adverb describes the verb. Most adverbs have ly at the of the end of the verb but not all adverbs have ly. Slowly carefully happily rapidly curiously.
    2.)Irregular adverbs-well,fast,late,hard,most,good,least,most,best and worst.
    3.)Time adverbial-Is a clause of time telling you when it happened.
    4.)Determiners-A person or thing that determines or decides things.
    This camera is mine.
    That bag is yours.
    He ran to the park.
    An article is about a person or thing which makes it a determiner.

  14. 1 it desrides a verd
    2 well fast happy sad pretty evil since mad better calmly
    3 it tells you the time like (he walked around yestorday)
    4 it descrides a noun better

  15. adverb-describing a verb
    examples
    1.walking speedily
    2.walking slowly
    3.walking angrilly
    4.walking sleepily
    5.walking sadly
    irregular adverbs-
    well,fast,much,late, hard
    determiner- a person or thing that decides things
    1.this bed is mine
    2.this shomework is yours
    3. he walked o the shop

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