Sentence Analysis – Adverbial phrases worksheet
This adverbial phrases worksheet is designed for 6-12 year children to help them identify and practice finding a subject, predicate, and adverbial phrases in the sentences.
What is an Adverbial Phrase?
An adverbial phrase is a group of words that together act as an adverb. It modifies other parts of speech—such as verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs and phrases.
Let us understand this concept with an example:
Samantha left her math book in the school.
- Samantha is the subject,
- left is the predicate,
- her math book is a direct object, and,
- in the school, is the adverbial phrase that tells us where.
Let us try one more example: Jonathan was walking very fast.
- Jonathan is the subject
- was waking is the predicate
- very fast is the adverbial phrase that tells us how.
Follow the rules mentioned above and find the subject, predicate, and adverbial phrases in the sentences.
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You can also download the Montessori sentence analysis material to do this exercise here.
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