Oct 27, 2016

Adjectives and Adverbs (Test 1)

20 cards
, 43 answers
  • Choose the correct adjective(s) or adverb(s) for each sentence.
    1. Come  . . . 
      quickly
      or we will miss our bus.
      • quick
      • quickly

    2. You drive so  . . . 
      slowly
      that I am afraid someone will hit the car from behind.
      • slow
      • slowly

    3. I have never been  . . . 
      more sure
      of anything in my life.
      • more surer
      • more sure
      • surer

    4. Ella was the  . . . 
      better
      of the two sisters at gymnastics.
      • best
      • better

    5. You did that somersault so  . . . 
      well
      .
      • well
      • good

    6. Rochelle felt  . . . 
      bad
      about forgetting Devlin’s birthday.
      • badly
      • bad

    7. This is the  . . . 
      worst
      oil spill I have ever seen.
      • worst
      • worse

    8. The jasmine has bloomed and smells very  . . . 
      sweet
      .
      • sweet
      • sweetly

    9. You look  . . . 
      angry
      . What did I do?
      • angrily
      • angry

    10. She looked  . . . 
      suspiciously
      at the man wearing the trench coat.
      • suspiciously
      • suspicious

    11.  . . . 
      This
      tree looks as though it is infested with beetles.
      • These
      • This

    12.  . . . 
      Those
      bushes need to be trimmed.
      • Those
      • This

    13. When was the last time you had no allergy symptoms and felt  . . . 
      well
      ?
      • good
      • well

    14. In the library, you have to be  . . . 
      quieter than
      when you are outside.
      • more quieter then
      • quieter than

    15. She felt  . . . 
      good
      about getting her puppy from the SPCA.
      • good
      • well

    16. Charlotte has a  . . . 
      better
      approach to solving that problem.
      • more better
      • better

    17. Which is  . . . 
      worse
      , a toothache or a headache?
      • worst
      • worse

    18. She reacted  . . . 
      swiftly
      , which made him feel  . . . 
      bad
      about insulting her.
      • swiftbad
      • swiftlybadly

    19. The herbs in the salad tasted  . . . 
      bitter
      .
      • bitterly
      • bitter

    20. Sharon fought  . . . 
      bitterly
      against her ex-husband for custody of their daughter.
      • bitterly
      • bitter

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