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  • Isn't 'Under the clock, he stood and waited.' a fronted adverbial? Another website says it is!

    , May 14th
    • Hi mdhobsomah,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      I've just taken a look at the resource and I can't appear to find the sentence you refer to. The one that is in the pack I have downloaded says 'He stood and waited under the clock' which is not a fronted adverbial. It may be that you have an older version of this resource which is incorrect as the sentence that you have outlined is a fronted adverbial. If you could re-download the resource so that you have the most up to date version, that would be great.
      Please let me know if I can help you further.
      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , May 15th
  • Year 4 English starter activity

    , Nov 22nd
  • I am learning about fronted advirbials

    , Nov 20th
  • SEN y6 for revision activity

    , Nov 15th
Fronted Adverbial or Not Activity

Fronted Adverbial or Not Activity - An active learning classroom activity where children identify fronted adverbials and the teacher receives internet feedback!
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  • Fronted Adverbial or Not Statements [PDF]
  • Fronted Adverbial or Not Adult Guidance [PDF]

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