Adverb identification: Activity 2

The feeling of hopelessness she'd experienced earlier that afternoon swept over her again.

Is earlier an adverb?

The feeling of hopelessness she'd experienced earlier that afternoon swept over her again.

Is hopelessness an adverb?

'Be quiet', Susan said very loudly.

Is quiet an adverb?

'Be quiet', Susan said very loudly.

Is placidly an adverb?

'Be quiet', Susan said very loudly.

Is evenly an adverb?

She stepped hesitantly across the small landing to the bedroom.

Is hesitantly an adverb?

She stepped hesitantly across the small landing to the bedroom.

Is across an adverb?

He arrived much sooner than expected.

Is much an adverb?

He arrived much sooner than expected.

Is sooner an adverb?

He arrived much sooner than expected.

Is arrived an adverb?

I'm trying so hard to concentrate on this.

Is hard an adverb?

I'm trying so hard to concentrate on this.

Is so an adverb?

I'm trying so hard to concentrate on this.

Is on an adverb?

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