Exercises: ADVERB or ADJECTIVE
1.�� The dog barks �(loud).
2.� I don�t like her pictures. She paints (terrible).
3.� I must work (hard).
4.� Dominik is a (careful) driver. He drives (slow).
5.� Our volleyball team played (bad) last Monday.
6.� It�s a (terrible) day today.
7.� Cornelia is a (good) singer. She sings the song (good).
8.� Christina (quick) reads the book.
9.� The pupils did their homework (bad).
10.���� �Mike walked home (slow).
11.���� �Vanessa speaks French (perfect).
12.���� �Denise shut the door (quiet).
13.���� �He is never (late).
14.���� �She phoned me once a week. But (late) she didn�t.
15.���� �She doesn�t like sports. So she (hard) does any sport.
16.���� ��I love you�, Carmilla said in a �(soft) voice.
17.���� �He drives the car (careful).
18.���� �When he told him the truth, he was (quiet).
19.���� �He is often (nervous).
20.���� �These children are (good) at English.
21.���� �Yes, it was raining (heavy) for two hours.
22.���� �Christian has painted it (nice).
23.���� �They learn English (easy). They think English is an (easy) language.
24.���� �You must speak (clear) or nobody can understand you.
25.���� �Daniel saw a (beautiful) butterfly on a rose.
26.���� �When the teacher heard about the missing book he said (angry), �You should be more careful�.
27.���� �The burglar left the room (quiet).
28.���� �The baby played (happy) in the garden.
29.���� �He thinks Rihanna sings (beautiful).
30.���� �I really worked (hard) for the test.
31.���� �We are going to win the match (easy) because we are (good) players.
32.���� �Hurry up! You are always so (slow).
33.���� �Jennifer Aniston has got (pretty) dresses.
34.���� �This suitcase is too (heavy) for you.
35.���� �I can do this exercise (easy). ����