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ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS




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ADJECTIVES &�ADVERBS
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1.-Write the adverbs
SAFE���DANGEROUS �HAPPY�SAD��SLOW���FAST����QUICK�
SOFT��HARD(1)��SMOOTH����ROUGH��NOISY����QUIET
�LOUD���SILENT�� ACTIVE��LAZY���HARD(2)��EASY��HAPPY
SHY����ANGRY������NERVOUS���EAGER����SURPRISING����
��RESPECTFUL������ POLITE���������RUDE����� BUSY���������SUCCESSFUL��
�DEEP(1)DRY�GOOD����DEEP(2)�� EARLY� HEAVY
SHORT����HIGH(1)������COLD���SWEET����WARM�����������������
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2.CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD, ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB?
Jane drove to his house.
when my father heard that I had lost my keys again he said I would pay the new ones.
When he told him the story he was .
The nurse said that the cut looked .
They took a train to the city so they could sleep at home
He hasn�t been here .
You need a rest ,you shouldn�t train so
From the top of the mountain he could see the village
Catherine said in a voice:I am not her sister
She said she wasn�t her sister.
I shut the door�� because I didn�t want them to hear.
The phone rang so that I woke up.
The argument with his friend affected him .
You have to dig� if you don�t want the booty to be found.
She was an excellent tennis player but she�� plays now.
He is a respected composer.
The birds were flying��� above the mountains.
He passed the test�because he had worked .
The children were playing�in the garden.
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