Many people believe that it is incorrect to have two adverbs in a row, but this is not always the case. While it is true that two adverbs can sometimes create a clunky sentence, there are times when two adverbs are needed to convey the desired meaning. When used correctly, two adverbs in a row can add emphasis and help to create a more interesting sentence.
KS2 Adverbs Wordsearch Here we have a KS2 adverbs wordsearch. Children could use this for fun and then use some of the words they find here in their writing. Each time the page is refreshed or a new size of grid is chosen, the wordsearch will be recreated from a bank of adverbs. Click To …
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