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Topic: ADJECTIVE or ADVERB? 1

| level:

Beginner







Choose whether each of the following sentences requires an adjective or an adverb.
Example: He is a quiet person (quiet/quietly)
Click on Answer to see the correct response.



1. James did not want to wake his girlfriend, so he left _____.
a. quiet
b. quietly


2. During the conference call, I didn't hear him _____.
a. clearly
b. clear


3. We had a _____ time in Fort Lauderdale.
a. greatly
b. great


4. The lawyer understood the question, but she couldn't answer very _____.
a. quickly
b. quick


5. I don't have a _____ time making friends.
a. hardly
b. hard


6. John arrived at the airport _____ and ended up missing his flight to Miami.
a. late
b. lately


7. Ever since he met Sarah, he has looked very _____.
a. happily
b. happy


8. I can hear the _____ rain falling on the roof.
a. loudly
b. loud


9. She is a very kind and _____ person.
a. gentle
b. gently



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