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WORKSHEET #1

Adverbs of manner
Choose the best answer for each sentence.

 1. When my father talks too ___, it's difficult to understand him.

quickly

slowly

quickly

 2. I always study ___ for a big test.

hardly

goodly

hard
 3. My dad used to shout ___ when he was angry.

noise

loud

loudly
 4. Please try to behave ___ when you meet my family.

softly

quickly

normally

 5. She did ___ in her tennis match last week. She won.

well

bad

goodly
 6. Please close the door ___ when you enter my room.

successfully

stupidly

gently

 7. I'm sitting ___ so I don't want to move.

normally

comfortably

quickly

 8. My husband sings ___ when he's in the shower. Even the neighbours can hear him.
bigly

quietly

enthusiastically

 9. She laughs ___ at my jokes.

well

happily

angrily

 10. Sometimes I need my teacher to talk more ___ so I can hear her better.

hardly

successfully

slowly

Choose a word in brackets to fill the gaps

They dance the cha-cha-cha (beautiful/ beautifully)

She planned their trip to Greece very (careful/carefully)

Jim painted the kitchen very (Bad/ badly)

She speaks very (quiet/quietly)

Turn the stereo down. It’s too (loud/ loudy)

He skipped (happy/happily) down the road to school

He drives too (fast/ well)

She knows the road (good/well)

He plays the guitar (terrible/terribly)

We’re going camping tomorrow so we have to get up (early/soon)

Andy doesn’t often work (hard/hardly)