In these ESL grammar activities, students can practice using adverbs to modify verbs.
Choose one verb from the list on the left, and one adverb from the list on the right. Then choose one student in your class (or your teacher!), and they have to act out the words that you say.
Example: Run quickly
Game 2 – Charades
Divide the class into two teams. The teacher will call one student from one team to the front of the class, and show him one verb and one adverb (for example: run angrily). The student must act these words out. If his/her team can guess the two words, the team gets one point.
After everyone has acted, count the points and see which team won!
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