Adverbs Review An adverb tells how, when, where, or how much something happens. When you use adverbs, you get direct the action of the verb!!! Ex: Jared runs quickly. Jared’s mom happily sends him on errands to the store. Ned walks slowly. Ned’s mom reluctantly sends him on errands to the store. Note: MEMORIZE the questions that adverbs answer!!! How? When? Where? How much? To what extent? Under what conditions? Words adverbs modify: Verbs Adjectives Other adverbs About tricky adverbs and adjectives About adverb comparisons Troy ate slowly. How did Troy eat? Rita’s gym locker smells really awful! To what extent or how awful does the locker smell? Copy this drawing very carefully. I did a good job studying, so I did well on the test. Ian plays well. Lisa plays better. Troy plays best.