Adverbs – Exercises for Class 5

An adverb is a word that tells us more about the verb, adjective or another adver.

Exercises

Q. Underline the adverbs in the following sentences.

  1. I will complete my work on time.
  2. Emma often helps her mother in the kitchen.
  3. The children are playing outside
  4. My brother will come tomorrow.
  5. Harry, please go there.

Answer

  1. I will complete my work on time.
  2. Emma often helps her mother in the kitchen.
  3. The children are playing outside.
  4. My brother will come tomorrow.
  5. Harry, please go there.

Q. Fill in the blanks with appropriate adverbs given in the box.

slowly, angrily, Yesterday, here, always

  1. Harry stared at John _____________.
  2. He writes _____________.
  3. Emma, please come _____________.
  4. We should _____________ help the poor.
  5. _____________ it was raining heavily.

Answer

  1. angrily
  2. slowly
  3. here
  4. always
  5. Yesterday

Q. Read the sentences first. Then, read the questions. Now, write the adverbs in the blanks provided.

  1. The tortoise walked slowly.
    How did the tortoise walk? ________________
  2. John will come to see me today?
    When will John come? ________________
  3. Come back, immediately.
    Whens should I come back? ________________
  4. Don’t go outside, it is raining.
    Where should I not go? ________________
  5. He ran quickly.
    How did he run? ________________

Answer

  1. slowly
  2. today
  3. immediately
  4. outside
  5. quickly

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