ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB? WORKSHEET: ELA COMMON CORE

ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB? WORKSHEET: ELA COMMON CORE
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Here is a 1-page handout to be used for instruction, review, or assessment regarding the use of adjectives and adverbs. Students must determine whether a sentence requires an adjective or adverb as the missing part of speech based on context and proper usage. Handout consists of 20 sentences; 10 require adjectives and 10 require adverbs. Includes using good versus using well.

ADVERBS/ADJECTIVES TO BE PLACED IN CONTEXT ARE:
dangerous/dangerously
sad/sadly
beautiful/beautifully
good/well
intelligent/intelligently
quiet/quietly
fierce/fiercely
courteous/courteously
easy/easily
happy/happily
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30 Minutes

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ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB? WORKSHEET: ELA COMMON CORE