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Adjectives and Adverbs

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Adjectives or Adverbs?


A. Choose the correct form-adjective or adverb-and fill in the gaps

Example: John walks __________ (slow)
Answer: John walks slowly

1. Every morning Mary gets up (quick)
2. Judith has always been a daughter (good)
3. He plays the guitar (bad)
4. Mom is in the mornings (happy)
4. Eddy sings songs (terrible)
5. I eat (often, rapid)
6. McDonald's is a food restaurant (fast)
7. I hate it when natives speak too to me (fast)
8. Her child gets scared so that she is preoccupied (easy, constant)
9. Mary always studies (hard). That is why she is an student (excellent)
10. They love each other (passionate)


B. Pay attention to the words in brackets from exercise A above and write those which can be used as an adjective and adverb at the same time without changing their form:
 


C. List all of the personal pronouns that you can find:



D. How many verbal tenses can you identify in the examples above? 

    Write them here 

    Think of your own example per each.