ADVERBS Jeopardy Test Review Game. Adverbs Modify Adjectives Adverbs Modify Adverbs Adverbs Modify Verbs Find The Adverb Or Adjective 100 200 300 400

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ADVERBS Jeopardy Test Review Game Slide 2 Adverbs Modify Adjectives Adverbs Modify Adverbs Adverbs Modify Verbs Find The Adverb Or Adjective 100 200 300 400 500 Slide 3 The class was unusually quiet when the bell rang. Slide 4 unusually Slide 5 JD was comforting the seemingly small child who was crying for his mother. Slide 6 seemingly Slide 7 I was completely mortified when the teacher called on me. Slide 8 completely Slide 9 You are too nice to one another. Slide 10 too Slide 11 I am more mad than anything else. Slide 12 more Slide 13 She was always terribly mean to him after she broke up with him. Slide 14 always Slide 15 I counted my jelly beans rather carefully as to catch my brother stealing them. Slide 16 rather Slide 17 Bradley sleeps incredibly soundly. Slide 18 incredibly Slide 19 The first group arrived quite early for the session. Slide 20 quite Slide 21 Terribly slowly the old wooden door opened. Slide 22 Terribly Slide 23 He anxiously awaited the results. Slide 24 anxiously Slide 25 Please fully describe what you saw. Slide 26 fully Slide 27 Give me the pencil now, you lunatic! Slide 28 now Slide 29 I will boldly go into the frightful forest. Slide 30 boldly Slide 31 I am not going on the field trip. Slide 32 not Slide 33 Vivi Malloy rides her horse daily. Slide 34 daily Slide 35 She has always wanted to make the U. S. Equestrian Team. Slide 36 always Slide 37 She has a very attractive chestnut horse called Ready Penny. Slide 38 very Slide 39 She has a brother, Mark, and a sister, Debby, who often ride in shows. Slide 40 often Slide 41 Her other brothers usually prefer other sports to riding horses. Slide 42 usually Slide 43 The doctor arrived early to the meeting. Slide 44 adverb Slide 45 Their large historic home is located high on the knoll. Slide 46 adverb Slide 47 Bears are definitely not friendly. Slide 48 adjective Slide 49 My early appointment was canceled. Slide 50 adjective Slide 51 Our new microwave oven works well. Slide 52 adverb Slide 53 Adverbs Modify Adverbs Adverbs Modify Adjectives Adverbs Modify Verbs Find The Adverb 100 20020200 300 400 500 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 Adverb Or Adjective 200 Slide 54 The teacher spoke quite loudly to hush the class. Slide 55 quite Slide 56 My fourth period won rather easily last year on Field Day. Slide 57 rather Slide 58 I hardly ever notice that abandoned house. Slide 59 hardly Slide 60 The alligator was moving dangerously close to the swimmers. Slide 61 dangerously Slide 62 Hippos would get respect if they werent so awkwardly built. Slide 63 so Slide 64 You were completely correct when answering the old man. Slide 65 completely Slide 66 I am especially tired after long nights with little sleep. Slide 67 especially Slide 68 Wow! You are so strong! Slide 69 so Slide 70 Plenty enough food has been served. Slide 71 Plenty Slide 72 She was always kind to her grandchildren. Slide 73 always Slide 74 The table was beautifully set with fine china. Slide 75 beautifully Slide 76 I explained the written directions twice. Slide 77 twice Slide 78 I politely asked everyone to use quite inside voices. Slide 79 politely Slide 80 He clearly dislikes that obnoxious fan. Slide 81 clearly Slide 82 Gratefully I accepted the prestigious award. Slide 83 gratefully Slide 84 Ms. Malloy greatly enjoys helping Penny train. Slide 85 greatly Slide 86 After school she always cleans Pennys stall. Slide 87 always Slide 88 Then she grooms her horse. Slide 89 then Slide 90 Grooming must be done very carefully to avoid injury. Slide 91 very carefully Slide 92 She chattered all evening about her horse! Slide 93 all Slide 94 Car prices are very high right now. Slide 95 adjective Slide 96 Dont speak so loudly in the library. Slide 97 adverb Slide 98 The music was too lively for me. Slide 99 adjective Slide 100 I am extremely upset about our wreck. Slide 101 adverb Slide 102 We carelessly locked the keys in the car. Slide 103 adverb

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