I. Complete the sentences choosing the right word.
Speak a bit louder, please. I can (hard, hardly) hear you.
It’s too (lately, late) to go to the swimming pool. It is already closed.
I think Paul is a (high, highly) sportsman.
This is the best game I’ve seen (lately, late).
There is a new swimming pool (near, nearly) our school.
Look! The bird is flying (high, highly) in the sky.
Get up! It’s (near, nearly) eight.
To become an athlete you’ll have to train very (hard, hardly).
II. Complete the sentences: put the adverbs in brackets in appropriate form.
Please speak….. (loud). I can’t hear you.
We got there….than Mr. Potter. (quickly)
She drives….in the evening than in the morning. (carefully)
I can swim….than my friend. (well)
Tom jumps….of all (badly).
Could you read…, please? (slowly)
Of all my friends, Kate dresses…. (beautifully)
Which song does she like… of all? (well)
III. Mark the statements true (T) or false (F).
When you have a toothache, you go to the dentist.
Sick people don’t stay in bed if they’ve got flu.
If you get wet on a cold day, you might get a cold.
People usually go to the doctor when they feel well.
A pharmacy is a shop where medicines are sold.
We seldom cough when we’ve got a cold.
If a student has got a sore throat he shouldn’t miss school.
If I run fast, I might get a backache.
IV.Speak about possible ways to keep fit. Use the information from the unit.
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