1.a) Use adverb or adjective:
1. Jim is a … learner.
a) quick; b) quickly
2. He always does his homework…
a) quick; b) quickly.
3. I listened to his report …
a) attentive; b) attentively.
4. When you cross the street, please be …
a) careful; b) carefully.
5. She is too small to write …
a) correct; b) correctly.
6. Your brother speaks English quite
a) well; b) good.
7. She has got a … voice.
a) beautifully; b) beautiful
8. Ann studies …
a) hard; b) hardly.
9. My sister speaks English … but …
a) slowly; beautifully; b) slow; beautiful.
10. They didn’t speak very …
a) loud; b) loudly.
11. There was a … silence. Nobody spoke.
a) complete; b) completely.
12. His dog is … ill. He is so displeased with it.
a) serious; b) seriously
13. My daughter is … married.
a) happy; b) happily
14. John is a … driver
a) careful; b) carefully
It sounds (great/greatly).
Jack wrote the test (badly/bad).
She looks (nice/nicely).
This flower smells (well/good).
It is not as (easy/easily) as you think.
Dad spoke (angry/angrily), and the children understood that something had happened.
Be (quick/quickly)! The bus is leaving soon.
The kid was (terrible/terribly) frightened when the dog began to bark (loud/loudly).
This dress is (exact/exactly) your size and color.
He could (hard/hardly) breathe when he saw her.
I don’t think it is the (right/rightly) word.
Tell him the truth, he is waiting from you to speak (honest/honestly) to him.
She behaved very (selfish/selfishly), I suppose.
This film is (extremely/extreme) good. You need to watch it!
There was a (sudden/suddenly) noise in the room. We ran there.
Their business is going (well/good) now.
Don’t disturb him. He always feels (nervous/nervously) before the test.
My mom is not (well/good) at driving, and she prefers me to do it.
3. Match the adverbs – antonyms:
1. well a) sadly
2. fast b) badly
3. awfully c) easily
4. hardly d) late
5. early e) quietly
6. happily f) carelessly
7. strongly g) beautifully
8. carefully h) lazily
9. loudly i) weakly
10. hard j) slowly
Keys: 1.a) 1-a, 2-b, 3-b, 4-a, 5-b, 6-a, 7-b, 8-a, 9-a, 10-b, 11-a, 12-b, 13-b, 14-a.
1.b) 1 - great, 2 - badly, 3 - nice, 4 – good, 5 – easy, 6 – angrily, 7 – quick, 8 – terribly,
9 – exact, 10 – hardly, 11 – right, 12 – honestly, 13 – selfishly, 14 – extremely,
15 – sudden, 16 – well, 17 – nervous, 18 – good.
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