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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101315: Adverbs
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    Find the right adverb from the word in brackets.

    English exercise "Adverbs" created by lili73 with The test builder
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    1. When he heard that strange noise, John opened the door. (cautious)
    2. You will recognize my uncle Fred; he has got a shock of red hair. (easy)
    3. Mark doesn't want to go to school today. He doesn't feel . (good)
    4. My son is going to Paris next week. I'm not anxious, he drives . (careful)
    5. I can't understand my English niece, she speaks too . (fast)
    6. I hope your new job isn't going as hard as you thought it would. (terrible)
    7. Robert worked very all day but he couldn't finish the job in time. (hard)
    8. The Tortoise walked but steadily and finally she won the race. (slow)
    9. After I had learnt that I had failed my exam, I went out and slammed the door behind me. (angry)
    10. The Prince married Snow White and they lived ever after. (happy)

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