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ShivaniMemberMay 22, 2021 at 5:28 pm::
Extension can be a word / group of words that changes verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. It tells us once, where, and how the verb form is performed or indicates the degree or extent of the action.
Many adjectives end in -ly but some words end in -ly (like friendship) do not seem to be extensions. several words will become adverbs and adjectives that correspond to their function within a sentence.
The connecting adverb connects phrases or individual clauses. It provides a trade-off between ideas and shows relationships.
Joint extensions are referred to as connectors.
The sentence extension starts the sentence and changes the complete sentence.
Extensions of time / frequency (When?)
Adverbs of time / frequency indicate the time or frequency of a verb within a sentence. They answered the question ‘when / how often was that act?’.
Always, never, often, finally, now, always, sometimes, once, forever, rarely, before, Sunday, Monday, 10 a.m., 12 p.m., etc.
Local Extensions / Directions (Where?)
Adverbs of place / indicators that point to a place / direction of action within a sentence. They answered the question ‘where is the action taken?’.
Across, over, under, inside, outside, inside, back, there, around, here, side, up, inside the park, inside the field, where you are, etc.
Degree Extensions (How Much?)
Adverbs that describe the value / level / level of action within a sentence are referred to as level adjectives. They answered the question ‘how much did the action do?’.
Absolutely, almost, completely, little, gently, most, absolutely, somehow, and, most, etc. Standard title extensions.
Road Extensions (How?)
Adverbs that describe the way / method / process of action within a sentence referred to as the adverbs of way. They answered the question ‘how was that act done?’.
Well, equally, thankfully, carefully, by hand, quickly, cold, hot, irritated, honest, well-mannered, tireless, etc. Common road extensions. These extensions sometimes end in ly.