I can describe action. I can identify an adverbial phrase. I know what fronted adverbial means; I can use a comma after a fronted adverbial.
(Skip to about 2:10 in the video below if you already know about verbs and adverbs.)
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This video explains:
- that verbs are doing words;
- that adverbs describe verbs;
- that adverbial phrases are short phrases that act as adverbs;
- that fronted adverbials are adverbs at the start of a sentence;
- that commas are needed after fronted adverbials.