The Babylonians were one of the first people to use the mathematical concept of zero.true or false

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Like adjectives, adverbs with one syllable form the ____ by adding -er to the positive.
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Read the following sentence. Decide if the italicized adverb modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb.
The children behaved very appropriately at the mall.
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The children behaved very appropriately at the mall.

There are two adverbs in the sentence.

Very modifies an adverb (appropriately).

Appropriately modifies a verb (behaved).

There are two adverbs in the sentence.

Very modifies an adverb (appropriately).

Appropriately modifies a verb (behaved).

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