Exercise on adverbs or adjectives

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					Exercise on adverbs or adjectives Choose (underline) the correct alternative in the following sentences. There is a key attached. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 You’ll learn this easy/easily. What a beautiful/beautifully house you’ve got. I don’t think your children behave very good/well. This wine tastes really bad/badly. The hotel staff treated the guests very polite/politely. Do you think this is a practical/practically suggestion? Practical/Practically the whole shipment had to be returned. There’s no doubt that the institute is efficient/efficiently organised. If you don’t speak so quick/quickly, people will understand you better.

10 Everybody thought the test was unusual/unusually difficult to do this time. 11 Today you’ve really worked hard/hardly. 12 Like in all good fairy tales they got married and lived happy/happily ever after. 13 She looked at him sharp/sharply. 14 She felt very bad/ill at ease. 15 That’s easier/more easily said than done. 16 She already speaks English prefect/perfectly. 17 It’ll take several years to speak perfect/perfectly Portuguese 18 Drive slow/slowly across the bridge! 19 If you wrap up the vase careless/carelessly it can easy/easily break. 20 Sweden can get a special/specially responsibility to solve this conflict. 21 Particular/Particularly the salmon in the Baltic is endangered. 22 Sue had planned her journey careful/carefully. 23 This is a very practical/practically garment in rough and rainy weather. 24 The balloon was hovering high/highly above their heads. 25 He was high/highly appreciated by his colleagues. 26 You guessed wrong/wrongly again, I’m afraid. 27 None of the passengers was serious/seriously injured. 28 You must be there at twelve o’clock sharp/sharply. 29 You haven’t looked so good/well lately. 30 She had travelled wide/widely around the world.

Key to the exercise The correct alternative is kept. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 You’ll learn this easily. What a beautiful house you’ve got. I don’t think your children behave very well. This wine tastes really bad. The hotel staff treated the guests very politely. Do you think this is a practical suggestion? Practically the whole shipment had to be returned. There’s no doubt that the institute is efficiently organised. If you don’t speak so quickly, people will understand you better.

10 Everybody thought the test was unusually difficult to do this time. 11 Today you’ve really worked hard. 12 Like in all good fairy tales they got married and lived happily ever after. 13 She looked at him sharply. 14 She felt very ill at ease. 15 That’s more easily said than done. 16 She already speaks English perfectly. 17 It’ll take several years to speak perfect Portuguese 18 Drive slowly across the bridge! 19 If you wrap up the vase carelessly it can easily break. 20 Sweden can get a special responsibility to solve this conflict. 21 Particularly the salmon in the Baltic is endangered. 22 Sue had planned her journey carefully. 23 This is a very practical garment in rough and rainy weather. 24 The balloon was hovering high above their heads. 25 He was highly appreciated by his colleagues. 26 You guessed wrong again, I’m afraid. 27 None of the passengers was seriously injured. 28 You must be there at twelve o’clock sharp. 29 You haven’t looked so well lately. 30 She had travelled widely around the world.