Dec 14, 2016

UNIT 100 • Adjectives and adverbs (2) (well / fast / late, hard / hardly)

20 cards
, 59 answers
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  • Put in ‘good’ or ‘well’.
    • I play tennis but I’m not very  . . . 
      good
      .
      • good
      • well

    • Your exam results were very  . . . 
      good
      .
      • good
      • well

    • You did very  . . . 
      well
      in your exams.
      • good
      • well

    • The weather was very  . . . 
      good
      while we were on holiday.
      • good
      • well

    • I didn’t sleep very  . . . 
      well
      last night.
      • good
      • well

    • How are you? Are you  . . . 
      well
      ?
      • good
      • well

    • George speaks German very  . . . 
      well
      .
      • good
      • well

    • George’s German is very  . . . 
      good
      .
      • good
      • well

    • Our new business is going very  . . . 
      well
      at the moment.
      • good
      • well

    • I like your jacket. It looks  . . . 
      good
      on you.
      • good
      • well

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

  • Complete these sentences using ‘well’ + one of the following words:

    balanced       ○      behaved       ○      done       ○      dressed       ○      informed       ○      kept       ○      known       ○      paid
    • The children were very good. They were
      I’m surprised you haven’t heard of her. She is quite
      Our neighbours’ garden is neat and tidy. It is very
      You should eat different types of food. Your diet should be
      Ann knows a lot about many things. She is quite
      His clothes are always smart. He is always
      Jill has a lot of responsibility in her job but she isn’t very
      Congratulations on passing your examinations.

    • Put in the right word.
      • I’m tired because I’ve been working  . . . 
        hard
        .
        • hard
        • hardly

      • I tried  . . . 
        hard
        to remember her name but I couldn’t.
        • hard
        • hardly

      • This coat is practically unused. I’ve  . . . 
        hardly
        worn it.
        • hard
        • hardly

      • She’s a good tennis player. She hits the ball  . . . 
        hard
        .
        • hard
        • hardly

      • Don’t walk so  . . . 
        fast
        ! I can’t keep up with you.
        • fast
        • fastly

      • Why are you walking so  . . . 
        slowly
        ? Are you tired?
        slow
        • slowly

    • Write sentences with ‘hardly’. Use one of the following verbs (in the correct form):

      change       ○      hear       ○      know       ○      recognise       ○      say       ○      sleep       ○      speak
      • George and Hilda have only met once before. They each other.
        You’re speaking very quietly. I can you.
        I’m very tired this morning. I last night.
        We were so shocked when we heard the news, we could
        Kate was very quiet this evening. She a word.
        You look the same now as you looked 15 years ago. You’ve
        I met Keith a few days ago. I hadn’t seen him for a long time and he looks very different now. I him.

      • Complete these sentences with ‘hardly’ + ‘any’, ‘anybody’, ‘anything’, ‘anywhere’, ‘ever’.
        • I’ll have to go shopping. We’ve got food.
          It was a very warm day and there was wind
          A: Do you know much about computers?
          B: No,
          The hotel was almost empty. There was staying there.
          I listen to the radio quite often but I watch television.
          Our new boss is not very popular. likes her.
          It was very crowded in the room. There was to sit.
          We used to be good friends but we see each other now.
          It was nice driving this morning. There was traffic.
          I hate this town. There’s to do and to go.

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