"Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." – JK Rowling
We have been learning about adverbial phrases in English and Grammar lessons. Can you explain what they are? Can you give an example or two?
Adverbial Phrases is a adverb at the start of a sentence. Adverbial Phrases is a when and how, where.
An adverbial phrase answers how when and where.
In the morning Jack fell down the hill.
In the afternoon, I went swimming.
An adverbial phrase it is means how , where and when example: I ran speedily to tesco’s
A adverbial phrase means how,when and where example:I went to the shop quickly.
I was excited to dig underground.
An adverbial Phrase is something that answers how when and were for example: I wanted to go outside but it was raining.
An Adverbial Phrases awners when , where and how.
A adverbial phrase answers how,when,where for example:Sally,swam perfectly
Adverbial phrases answer when , where and how. Example: I walked quickly home from school in the snow!
An Adverbial phrase answers when,where and how.
A adverbial phrase answers when were and how.
An adverbial phrase says how,when or where like: At lunch in the garden, my friend and I were playng together.
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