This month you will be using adverb and adjective openings for your vocab sentences.
There are several different kinds of adverbs, but the ones you will be using are the ones that end in -ly. Those adverbs tell how something was done. You may use one or two to start your sentence. You do need a comma after your opening.
- Slowly and carefully, Mildred crept out onto the ice.
- Suddenly, her skates slipped out from under her, and she fell to her knees.
- Painfully, she picked herself up again.
- Hesitantly, she started to skate around the rink.
- Clumsy, Mildred stepped around the edge of the rink as if she were walking.
- Graceful and lovely, her cousin Maud glided past her.
- Impatient, Mildred pushed away from the edge of the rink and tried to twirl in the center of the ice.
- Horrified, Maud saw her cousin trip and sprawl spread-eagled on the ice.
- Relaxed and happy, the two girls drank hot chocolate by the fire while Mildred's dad signed her up for skating lessons.