Nov 6, 2016

Lesson 85 ☘ quickly, badly, suddenly etc. (adverbs)

30 cards
, 64 answers
  • Complete the sentences.
    1. It’s raining  . . . 
      heavily
      .
      • heavy
      • heavily

    2. He sings very  . . . 
      badly
      .
      • bad
      • badly

    3. They came in  . . . 
      quietly
      .
      • quiet
      • quietly

    4. She shouted at me  . . . 
      angrily
      .
      • angry
      • angrily

    5. She can run very  . . . 
      fast
      .
      • fast
      • fastly

    6. He was driving  . . . 
      dangerously
      .
      • dangerously
      • dangerous

  • Complete the sentences.
    1. I’m going to tell you something very important, so please listen  . . . 
      carefully
      .
      • careful
      • carefully

    2. Ann! I need your help. Come  . . . 
      quickly
      !
      • quick
      • quickly

    3. They work  . . . 
      hard
      . At the end of the day they’re always tired.
      • hard
      • hardly

    4. I’m tired this morning. I didn’t sleep  . . . 
      well
      last night.
      • well
      • good

    5. You’re a much better tennis player than me. When we play, you always win  . . . 
      easily
      .
      • easy
      • easily

    6. Think  . . . 
      carefully
      before you answer the question.
      • careful
      • carefully

    7. I’ve met Alice a few times but I don’t know her very  . . . 
      well
      .
      • good
      • well

    8. Our teacher isn’t very good. Sometimes he doesn’t explain things very  . . . 
      clearly
      .
      • clear
      • clearly

  • Complete the sentences.
    1. Don’t eat so  . . . 
      quickly
      . It’s not good for you.
      • quick
      • quickly

    2. Why are you  . . . 
      angry
      ? I haven’t done anything.
      • angry
      • angrily

    3. Can you speak  . . . 
      slowly
      , please?
      • slow
      • slowly

    4. Come on, Dave! Why are you always so  . . . 
      slow
      ?
      • slow
      • slowly

    5. Bill is very  . . . 
      careful
      driver.
      • careful
      • carefully

    6. Jane is studying  . . . 
      hard
      for her examinations.
      • hard
      • hardly

    7. “Where’s Diane?”
      “She was here but she left  . . . 
      suddenly
      .”
      • sudden
      • suddenly

    8. Please be  . . . 
      quiet
      . I’m studying.
      • quiet
      • quietly

    9. Some companies pay their workers very  . . . 
      badly
      .
      • bad
      • badly

    10. Those oranges look  . . . 
      nice
      . Can I have one?
      • nice
      • nicely

  • Put in “good” or “well”.
    1. Your English is very  . . . 
      good
      . You speak English very  . . . 
      well
      .
      • goodwell
      • wellgood

    2. Jackie did very  . . . 
      well
      in her exams.
      • good
      • well

    3. The party was very  . . . 
      good
      . I enjoyed it very much.
      • good
      • well

    4. Martin has a difficult job but he does it  . . . 
      well
      .
      • good
      • well

    5. How are your parents? Are they  . . . 
      good
      ?
      • good
      • well

    6. Did you have a  . . . 
      good
      holiday? Was the weather  . . . 
      good
      ?
      • goodwell
      • wellgood

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