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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22661: Adjective or adverb?
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    Adjective or adverb?

    Choose the right word.

    English exercise "Adjective or adverb?" created by sidou77 with The test builder
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    1. Terrence plays quarterback as as Brian.
    2. The game had begun than it started to rain.
    3. This was a mild winter.
    4. Jane behaves more than Joan.
    5. When you are a parent, you will think about children.
    6. I felt about not having done well on my final exams.
    7. Whether you win is as important as how you play.
    8. Asian music often sounds to Western listeners.
    9. Does your car run enough to enter the race?
    10. I felt enough to go out at night on my own.
    11. You can see the distant mountains with these binoculars.
    12. Our team was sharp last Saturday afternoon during the game.
    13. You must send payments .
    14. The mechanic's tools were .
    15. She worked with the sick child.
    16. He did not pass the course as as he thought he would.
    17. I find this novel very .

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