Loginusernamed
  • Loginusernamed
Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? My friends and I walked quickly around the small lake. A. quickly around B. walked quickly C. My friends and I D. around the small lake
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
b
Loginusernamed
  • Loginusernamed
u sure?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes it's B

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Angiedoesschool2275
  • Angiedoesschool2275
Yep, agreed. B is my answer also.
Loginusernamed
  • Loginusernamed
ITS D T_T
Loginusernamed
  • Loginusernamed
walked is the verb
anonymous
  • anonymous
It can't be D. Nothing in D shows anything about doing anything
Angiedoesschool2275
  • Angiedoesschool2275
Kind of can agree with @Loginusernamed , an adverb is a place or time of doing the thing.
Loginusernamed
  • Loginusernamed
D. shows HOW they walked
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ohh I see. Adverbs always confused me in school
rowbe98
  • rowbe98
It is definitely D :)

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