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This worksheet focuses on adverbial phrases, those groups of words that act as an adverb. Your student will underline the phrase in each sentence and tell the way it modifies: how, when or where. Useful for 9th and 10th grade Common Core Standards for Language, it may be also be appropriate for other grades.

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A phrase is a collection of words without a subject or predicate.  An Adverbial Phrase is a group of words that work as an adverb.

In this post, we present you with some important Adverbial Phrases worksheets with answers, allowing you to check your answers instantly.

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Adverbial Phrases Worksheet #1

Identify the Adverbial phrases in each sentence given below:

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  • The salesman went door to door to promote his new product.
  • The dancers moved to and fro across the stage in perfect unison.
  • They left their home country to pursue better opportunities in a foreign country.
  • News of the celebrity scandal spread far and wide, causing a media frenzy.
  • She keeps her ex-boyfriend at arm’s length.
  • I saw Lisa earlier, but now she’s nowhere to be found, maybe she went somewhere else.
  • You can find that brand at all places that sell cosmetics.
  • The crime scene investigator found a clue on this spot that led to the perpetrator’s arrest.
  • Rocky ran at a great speed to win the race.
  • It’s impossible for humans to survive on the moon without proper equipment.
  • I climbed up on the roof to get a better view of the sunset.
  • The host warmly welcomed the guests and told them to make themselves at home.

1. door to door. 2. to and fro. 3. in a foreign country. (Adv. abroad) 4. far and wide 5. at arm’s length. 6. somewhere else. (Adv. away) 7. at all places. (Adv. everywhere) 8. on this spot. (Adv. here) 9. at a great speed. (Adv. swiftly) 10. on the moon. 11. on the roof 12. at home.

Adverbial Phrases Worksheet #2

  • He kept making the same mistake again and again.
  • The teacher instructed the students to finish their assignments at once.
  • Despite initial setbacks, the company believed that its strategy would pay off in the long run.
  • By and by, the children started to calm down after their tantrums.
  • The couple had been together for a long time before finally deciding to get married.
  • Every Now and then, the old man would sit on the porch and tell stories about his youth.
  • The flowers in the garden will bloom in time for the wedding next week.
  • Now and then, she would check her phone for any important messages.
  • The athlete trained off and on for months before finally winning the championship.

1. again and again. (Adv. repeatedly) 2. at once (Adv. immediately) 3. in the long run. (Adv. ultimately) 4. by and by. (Adv. gradually) 5. for a long or for long time. 6. every now and then. (Adv. frequently) 7. in time. (Adv. eventually) 8. Now and then (Adv. occasionally) 9. off and on. (Adv. irregularly)

Adverbial Phrases Worksheet #3

  • The couple promised to stick together through thick and thin.
  • He decided to leave the company on his own accord.
  • The competitors fought tooth and nail to win the championship.
  • The new company policy seemed to be implemented without rhyme or reason.
  • He was a loyal friend through and through.
  • After the move to a new country, everything seemed to be at sixes and sevens.
  • The  firefighter  was equal to the occasion, heroically saving the trapped victims from the burning building.
  • She left the hotel bag and baggage.
  • He was an out-and-out optimist.
  • The soldiers fought hand to hand.
  • She put her heart and soul into her work.
  • With the new marketing strategy, sales increased by leaps and bounds.

1. through thick and thin. 2. on his own accord. (Adv. voluntarily) 3. tooth and nail (Adv. desperately) 4. without rhyme or reason (Adv. unreasonably) 5. through and through. (Adv. fully or thoroughly) 6. at sixes and sevens. (Adv. pell-mell) 7. equal to the occasion. 8. bag and baggage. 9. out and out. (Adv. undoubtedly) 10. hand to hand (Adv. manually) 11. heart and soul. (Adv. hard) 12. by leaps and bounds. (Adv. rapidly)

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These Worksheets with Answer Key are perfect for teaching Phrases – Adverb or Adverbial Phrases. These no prep activities would be great for ELA lessons or ELA centers. Your students will love these exercises that are carefully planned for student engagement.

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EXERCISE 1: Match the WORDS with their MEANING. EXERCISE 2: Watch the video – Adverb Phrase – to answer the following questions with examples. Define an adverb phrase and compare adverbs with adverb phrases. Describe the role of adverb phrases as modifiers. List the types of adverb phrases with examples. EXERCISE 3: Take the following quiz to demonstrate your understanding of adverbial phrases. EXERCISE 4: Review the properties of adverb phrases and identify the elements from the examples. EXERCISE 5: Take the following quiz to demonstrate your knowledge of the properties of adverb phrases. EXERCISE 6: Identify the adverb phrases. EXERCISE 7: Fill in the blanks with appropriate adverb phrases. EXERCISE 8: Review the functions based on adverbial types to identify the adverb phrases from the examples. EXERCISE 9: Identify the questions the adverb phrases answer. EXERCISE 10: Identify the functions of adverbial phrases. EXERCISE 11: Decide the type of adverb phrases used in sentences based on their functions. EXERCISE 12: Identify the type of adverb phrases used in the sentences. EXERCISE 13: Demonstrate the mastery of the use of clauses in writing. EXERCISE 14: Review the common errors writers make due to misplaced and dangling modifiers in the following examples. EXERCISE 15: Place phrases within a sentence, recognising and correcting misplaced and dangling modifiers. EXERCISE 16: Identify the errors to ensure that the subject of the modifier is clearly stated in the sentence. EXERCISE 17: Name the action in the visual. Describe the action using an adverb. Expand the adverb to an adverb phrase that is equivalent in meaning. EXERCISE 18: Create new sentence patterns using adverbial phrases. EXERCISE 19: Underline the adverbial phrase and state the question (how, when, where, why) it answers. EXERCISE 20: Identify the type of the underlined adverbial phrase: time, place, manner, frequency or purpose. EXERCISE 21: Fill in the blanks of the given passage: choose from the list of adverbial phrases in the box. Enter a phrase each in the blank, to keep the grammar and meaning of the text. EXERCISE 22: Identify the adverbial phrase in each of the sentences and state the word class it modifies.

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When you have two or more words that take on the role of an adverb in a sentence, you have an adverbial phrase. They are sneaky and can often go unseen. They are grammatical chameleons and can be helpfully applied to just about any sentence pattern, as need. They are often dramatic and can contribute a great deal to the overall role of the significance within a sentence. They often take on the role of explaining how something should or will be done in a sentence. These worksheets highlight the use and placement of adverbial phrases within sentences.

Adverbial Phrase Worksheets To Print:

Jazz It Up! - This is entirely an identification activity. Draw a line under all of them.

Phrase Match - Match each main clause with an target phrase to create a sentence that makes sense and flows right off the tongue.

Draw It Up! - Underline the adverbial phrase in each sentence. Draw a line to the word it modified.

Quick Quiz - Explain the function of the phrase in a sentence. We take a look at dog day sentences.

Wavy Thoughts - Underline the fundamental modifier of each of the sentences.

Create a Sentence - Pair the two pieces together to create a sentence. See if you can create multiple frames of thoughts beyond the six that are given to you.

All Together Now! - Finish off each of the sentences to create a well put together thought that makes the most of it all.

Modifying Verb - Underline the underlying modifier with in each sentence. Write the verb that it modifies on the line.

Sent-Re-Writes - Rewrite each sentence. Add a twist that is used to modify the verb in the sentence.

Match'em Up - More pairing and sharings are here. Make sure that full thought comes across quickly.

Expecting an Adverb? - The known phrase of interest answers the same questions as a regular adverb: how/how much, when, or where.

Using Phrases as Adverbs - Use the technique we have been discussing to modify the verb in the sentence and rewrite each of them.

Adding This Technique to Your Writing - Write sentences using the adverbial phrases provided. True practice at work.

Developing Sentences -You will slowly and methodically compose a series of sentences that helps you draw on new conclusions.

From Scratch - Write sentences using each of the adverbial phrases indicated. These can be pretty fun to put together.

What Are Adverbial Phrases?

Adverbial phrases are the sets of words that serve as an adverb in the sentence. An adverbial phrase consists of multiple words. The basic function of the adverbial phrase is to modify the other terms in a sentence. These terms that are modified include adverbs, adjectives, and verb. Adverbial phrases explain when, why, and how some activity occurred. It always relies on the verb and subject of the sentence. An adverbial phrase is made up of at least two parts, an adverb and a prepositional phrase that comes before or after the adverb. The adverb in the adverbial phrase acts as the head of the phrase. For example:

Nathan parked his car. Nathan parked his car there. Nathan parked his car right there.

The first sentence does not contain an adverb, but the second sentence contains the adverb "there" to show the location where the car was parked while the third sentence contains the adverb phrase which consists of two words "right there". There are three types of adverbial phrases that are used in a sentence. These three types are given below:

In Regards to Manners

This type of phrase tells how some action has been done e.g. He talked to her in a sarcastic tone. The above example tells that the act of speaking was done sarcastically.

Using It With Time

This type of adverbial phrase states when an action was performed or how frequently something happens. e.g. she completed her homework in fifteen minutes. This example shows that the act of writing was done in fifteen minutes.

The Concept of Location or Place

Adverbial phrase of time tells us about where an action is performed. E.g.: He was sitting at the back of the seat She started her business anywhere near your place In the above two examples, the italic parts are pointing out the place of action.

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An adverb is a phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or word group or other adverb. The adverb expresses a relation of time, place, manner, cause, circumstance, degree, and others. This means they describe when, where, or how in most cases. Many adverbs end with –ly (kindly, firmly, quickly, lightly) but others simply modify (here, often, very). If you are unsure which word in a sentence is an adverb it is more than likely the one that ends in –ly.

Sample : Play nicely with your cousins. Or The kitten was sat down gently on the blanket.

Adverbial Phrases

Adverbial phrases are prepositional phrases that modify adjectives, verbs, and adverbs. These phrases answer the questions of how, when, where, and why. How means how long or to what degree.

Samples : Adverbial phrases may include ‘with great regret’ ‘at the corner’ ‘to understand better’ and ‘never at midnight’.

To find the adverbial phrase find the phrase that offers specific information and creates a better sentence, then see if it answers how, when, where, or why.

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An adverb phrase is a group of words that serves the same purpose as an adverb.

  • The meeting will be held on Monday.

Here the phrase on Monday is an example of an adverb phrase as it shows the time of the action mentioned in the main clause.

An adverb clause serves the same purpose as an adverb. Unlike an adverb phrase, an adverb clause has a subject and a verb of its own.

  • The meeting will be held after everyone arrives.

Here the adverb clause ‘after everyone arrives’ also shows the time of the action.

Adverb phrases and adverb clauses worksheet

The sentences given below contain an adverb phrase . Expand the adverb phrase into an adverb clause and rewrite the sentences.

Note that adverb clauses are usually introduced by words indicating time, place, frequency, manner, reason etc.

1. I am working hard to secure good marks.

2. She is saving money to buy a car.

3. We discussed many things during our last meeting.

4. The mangoes were sold in the market after harvest.

5. She went to Mumbai to find work.

1. I am working hard so that I can secure good marks.

2. She is saving money so that she can buy a car.

3. We discussed many things when we met last time.

4. The mangoes were sold in the market after they were harvested.

5. She went to Mumbai so that she could find work.

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  9. Adverbial phrases KS2

    3 | Year 6 adverbial phrase story starters worksheet. And for Y6 students, this adverbial phrase worksheet has been designed to help children revisit and recall adverbials in KS2, in particular practising adverbial phrases and time adverbials. The session provides a motivating and memorable image to stimulate discussion, before introducing ...

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    These worksheets highlight the use and placement of adverbial phrases within sentences. Adverbial Phrase Worksheets To Print: Jazz It Up! - This is entirely an identification activity. Draw a line under all of them. Phrase Match - Match each main clause with an target phrase to create a sentence that makes sense and flows right off the tongue.

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    This single-page worksheet requires students to underline the adverbial phrase in each of 12 sentences. This worksheet also comes with an answer key to make marking quick and easy!

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  17. Adverbs and adverbial phrases exercise

    School subject: English language (1061957) Main content: Vocabulary (2013239) Adverbs and adverbial phrases upper int. Other contents: Adverbs and adverbial phrases.

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    Phrases worksheet January 3, 2017 - In the following sentences identify the phrases and state whether they are adjective phrases, adverb phrases or noun phrases. An adjective phrase serves the same purpose as an adjective. It modifies a noun or pronoun. An adverb phrase serves the same purpose as an adverb. It modifies a verb.

  19. Grade 4 English Resources Printable Worksheets Topic: Adverbial Phrases

    "Adverbial Phrases" Printable Worksheets These Grade 4 English resources and worksheets have answers also given in the downloadable links below. Adverbs. An adverb is a phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or word group or other adverb. The adverb expresses a relation of time, place, manner, cause, circumstance, degree, and ...

  20. Adverb Phrases And Adverb Clauses Worksheet For Class 8

    Adverb phrases and adverb clauses worksheet The sentences given below contain an adverb phrase. Expand the adverb phrase into an adverb clause and rewrite the sentences. Note that adverb clauses are usually introduced by words indicating time, place, frequency, manner, reason etc. 1. I am working hard to secure good marks. 2.

  21. Adverbial phrase worksheet

    Age: 10-15 Level: M5 Language: English (en) ID: 7070759 27/06/2023 Country code: PH Country: Philippines School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) (1061958) Main content: Adverbial Phrases (2008358) ENGLISH: ADVERBIAL PHRASES Other contents: Adverbs Loading ad... Share / Print Worksheet Finish! Loading ad... ENGLISH: ADVERBIAL PHRASES

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