Adverbs

How well do you know adverbs? Really well? Very well? Exceedingly well? Join private gumshoe Tim as he tracks down Moby’s missing chest light, and gives him a few much-needed grammar lessons along the way. Tim will show you how adverbs answer questions like: "How?" "When?" "Where?" and "To what extent?" You’ll learn what kinds of words adverbs can modify (hint: it’s not just adjective and verbs) and find out how to change some kinds of adjectives into adverbs. Working on the “Case of the Missing Chest Light,” Tim will slip as many adverbs as he can into the dialogue without enraging his touchy robot client. This is one movie you definitely want to see!

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