Adjectives vs. Adverbs Worksheets
It is important for students to learn the difference between adjectives and adverbs so there are
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This is a popular adjectives vs. adverbs practice activity
among busy teachers. It is cleverly designed to be appealing to students and consists of just one exercise where students decide whether words are adverbs, adjectives, or both. This can be used as an introduction to see what students know or as a practice activity for lower level learners. For more worksheets on this topic, browse through the section; you are bound to find something your students will enjoy.
Some students confuse adjectives and adverbs. If this is the case for your students, consider devoting a lesson to clarifying the purposes of these parts of speech. Say a word aloud and ask students to decide if it is an adjective, adverb, or both. This is a great warm up activity and will help you determine how much time you will need to spend helping your students learn the difference. Another great way to practice parts of speech is to do a mad libs activity. On the first worksheet, students have to think of words that match the parts of speech and once they have completed that, they can use their words to fill in the blanks on the second worksheet which contains a story. Doing this activity will help you decide whether or not your students are confusing adjectives and adverbs.
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This worksheet contains 40 exercises to practice on confusing words. Homophones, verbs vs. adjectives, verbs vs. nouns etc... 10 pages, in alphabetical order, with contents and answer KEY. A few ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
This worksheet contains 40 exercises to practice on confusing words. Homophones, homonyms, verbs vs. adjectives, verbs vs. nouns etc... 9 pages, in alphabetical order, with contents and answer KE ...
Learn how to use the correct expressions of quantity, such a how much vs. how many, little vs. few, some vs. any, etc. This worksheet is comprised of 10 multiple choice questions. Find more free g ...
This worksheet contains 40 exercises to practice on confusing words. Homophones, verbs vs. adjectives, verbs vs. nouns, etc. 10 pages, in alphabetical order, with contents and answer KEY. Some exa ...
Beautifully illustrated flashcards teach an Olympics-themed lesson. This Olympics-themed set will brighten up the classroom, increase retention and provide an awesome visual learning aid. The flas ...
Help students learn to recognize common English adjectives with this Adjectives Word Search. Students can find the adjectives in the word search, and then practice using the adjectives in a senten ...
This is a test on questions , negative responses and positive responses with verbs "have" , "do", "like + ing", all in present simple. There are also exercises on adverbs, daily routines, places a ...
Take a look at the best word to complete a sentence. It is very helpful to understand the difference between adjectives and adverbs. Students have to fill in the missing adverbs or adjectives. Sa ...
it is a reading comprehension lesson. This worksheet makes learners move slowly from skimming the intro scanning to understand the text and enrich his or her vocabulary.
The activity (which is basically just one slide) is aimed at helping your students to figure out parts of speech in the text. The words in red are non-existent, thus you can use this activity even ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
Just a test I made for my class of 3rd graders. This reviews some grammar, spelling and science information from the Grade 2 Spectrum series of textbooks. Included is a fill-in-the blanks activity ...
Adjectives vs. Adverbs,
Reminder of the rules: adverbs and adjectives and their difference. There are example sentences which help them to understand the difference. There are also spelling rules and the exceptions: fast ...
I've prepared this song for mi pre-Cambridge students, i.e, advanced level but it can also be used with other levels. It's a nice song that they can listen while practising wordformation, fi ...
A song to practice regular adverbs and adverbs vs adjectives.
Who wins the hand of the Princess in marriage? An entertaining parody great for grades 5, 6, and 7. Students will enjoy filling missing details and predicting whom the princess shall choose ...
This can turn out to be a hilarious activity, specially if your group is fun and creative. A Mad Lib is a funny, often ridiculous story created when you fill in the blanks with the part of speech ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
The following power point presentation is a mini-tutorial on the use of "so" and "such." It can serve as a revision or an introduction of the topics.
This worksheet is useful for practicing formation of adjectives and adverbs and also their opposites. Students should already have an idea how to change verbs and nouns into adjectives and adverbs ...
It's a simple activity about the difference between adjectives and adverbs. You can fill in the gaps with the words needed. You have to read it first to choose if you are going to use an adv ...
It includes the descriptions of an adjective and adverb and some examples. The examples are given with the colourful pictures to make the understanding easier and more enjoyable. Iıt can be u ...
Although it´s a bit old, this is a very lively song and it´s perfect for working on adverbs and adjectives. Students can do the worksheet before listening as controlled practice and t ...
Adjectives vs. Adverbs,
This PowerPoint presentation will help teachers and their students learn the correct use of two commonly confused words, "Everyday" and "Every Day". This can be used in your classroom or can be do ...
Grammar is one of the biggest stumbling blocks for English as Second Language (ESL) learners. Yet it is the key for the transition from functional language use to absolute fluency. Thus it has alw ...
A lovely song with exercises aimed at revising adjectives/adverbs, perfect for students preparing for FCE exam. The worksheet includes pre- and post-listening questions (topic:education), vocabula ...
After watching this funny short story, students complete the worksheet activities. First, they provide the missing expressions after listening to the story several times. Second, they circle the r ...
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