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Adjective or Adverb? Elementary Level

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These two groups of words are often confused because they look and sound very similar. For example the adverb of quick is quickly. Remember,
Adverbs describe a VERB.
Adjectives describe a NOUN.

As a general rule to change an adjective to an adverb we add ‘ly’ and these are the adverbs we will focus on today. In the following sentences do we need an adjective or an adverb?

Today's lesson is by Caroline

Link: How to use adverbs and adjectives

  • 1. My friend Philippa dances ___.

  • 2. My cat is so ___ she just sleeps all day!

  • 3. Are you ___? I'm starving!

  • 4. He cut the cake very ___ so everyone would get the same size piece.

  • 5. Have you been swimming ___?

  • 6. I love dolphins, they are so ___.

  • 7. I thought the test was really ___!

  • 8. She sleeps very ___, you won't be able to wake her up.

  • 9. I'm sorry, Kevin is very ___ today, can I take a message?

  • 10. Be ___ when you hold the baby.