Skip to main content

Commas after fronted adverbials

Commas after fronted adverbials worksheet
A fronted adverbial is used at the start of a sentence to explain more about the verb. It tells us where, when or how the verb is done. After a fronted adverbial, we often need a comma. Can you place the missing commas correctly in these sentences?
Keystage:  KS2, Year 4

with a 14-day FREE trial!

Start a free 14 day trial today
  • Thousands of English, maths & science printable and interactive resources
  • Weekly learning plan for your child
  • Downloadable learning packs & workbooks
FREE for 14 days then £5.99/month
*£0 TODAY*
Cancel anytime