How Well Do You Know Adverb Placement?

How Well Do You Know Adverb Placement?

After the lesson, test yourself on how much you remember and how much you learned!

published on October 23, 20137 responses 0

Pick the best placement of the adverb to describe the following scenario-
The man wanted to get away from the screaming children.

The man eagerly ran away from the screaming children.
The man ran eagerly away from the screaming children.
The man ran away from the eagerly screaming children.

Pick the best placement of the adverb to describe the following scenario-
I own a cat, I do not own any other pets.

Only I have a cat.
I only have a cat.
I have only a cat.

Pick the best placement of the adverb to describe the following scenario-
She did not write the paper slowly

She quickly decided to write the paper.
She decided to write the paper quickly.
She decided to write quickly the paper.

Pick the best placement of the adverb to describe the following scenario-
Ed was upset to pass up a good deal.

Ed rejected sadly Kate's offer.
Sadly, Ed rejected Kate's offer.
Ed sadly rejected Kate's offer.

Pick the best placement of the adverb to describe the following scenario-
Nobody other than the boy was wearing an orange shirt.

Only the boy was wearing an orange shirt.
The boy was only wearing an orange shirt.
The boy was wearing only an orange shirt.