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Fronted Adverbials

 

A fronted adverbial is a word, phrase or clause that is placed at the start of a sentence. They are used to explain how (manner), when (time) or where (place) something happens. A fronted adverbial is separated from the main clause with a comma. For example:  

 

All night long, she danced.

 

You will continue learning about fronted adverbials. Again, read through the lesson presentation information before starting the activity for today. Use the word mats to support your learning.

 

Activity - Matching sentences game

Make sentences from the orange and blue tiles. Choose from the blue and orange tile to make a complete sentence. How many correct sentences can you make?

Eg: Once a year, we celebrate Christmas.

 

Note: You don’t need to cut out, write the sentences in your book.

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