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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27048: Adverbs and adjectives
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    Adverbs and adjectives



    What's an adverb?

    An adverb is a word which tells us how something happens:


    => How does John walk? He walks quickly.




    To form an ADVERB you take the adjective and add -LY : SlowLY, QuickLY.


    If the adjective ends with the letter -Y, then change it to -I and then add-LY.


    Good has an irregular adverb form: WELL (but the adverb form of BAD is BADLY).


    A few adverbs have the same form as their adjectives: HARD - FAST - LATE - EARLY.


    Now try to find the right answers...


    Good Luck!

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    1. He drives (slow).
    2. She works (fast).
    3. Mary plays tennis (good).
    4. Peter talks (loud).
    5. Martin cooks (excellent).
    6. Michael studies (lazy).
    7. You should drive (careful).
    8. Katie sleeps (bad).
    9. He walks (quick).
    10. I speak English very (fluent).

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