Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase?
My friends and I walked quickly around the small lake.
My friends and I
around the small lake
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sorry gum is my worth subject
What? Gum? Worth?
Sorry I have no idea what an adverb phrase is.
sorry gum (grammer usage and mechanics) is my worst subject but thank you for the help or trying at least
umm can u help me or at least try
lol I was just about to ask if you needed help still c:
Adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They usually end in "-ly" c:
okay thank u
does it start with ly in the begining of the adverb phrase or at the ending
at the end of a word c: :3
Which answer choice do you think it is? :)
okay thank you so much and i think it's C.
Yes, it's C :D
And you're welcome!! :3
so basically all adverb phrases end in -ly and thank you for teaching me
so the answer is C. Thx
wait can i ask a nother question
Not all adverbs end in "-ly", but most adverbs so. When I say they "modify" a verb, adjective or other adverbs, it means that the word describes it.
For example, in this sentence:
"Chris, screamed loudly when his foot got broken."
the word "loudly" is the adverb c:
:D See how it describes how he screamed?
But yes, you can ask another question, but can you put it on another post please? :)