Adjective vs. Adverb (1)

Write in the correct word.

  1. “Shall we meet outside the cinema at seven?” – “Yes, _____!”    (perfect / perfectly)
  2. Why don’t you have a break? You’ve been working very _____.    (hard / hardly)
  3. It’s _____ cold today so make sure you wear your winter coat.    (terrible / terribly)
  4. The milk smells really _____. Don’t drink it!   (bad / badly)
  5. Ewan is very tired as he _____ slept last night.   (hard / hardly)
  6. He asked _____ for another glass of water.  (polite / politely)
  7. You’re very _____ today. Is something wrong?   (quiet / quietly)
  8. You look _____. Why don’t you sit down?   (tired / tiredly)
  9. The weather can change very _____ here.   (sudden / suddenly)
  10. Please close the door _____.   (quiet / quietly)
















    Answers

    1. perfect
    2. hard
    3. terribly
    4. bad
    5. hardly
    6. politely
    7. quiet
    8. tired
    9. suddenly
    10. quietly

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