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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #51779: Adjective or adverb
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    English exercise "Adjective or adverb" created by lili73 with The test builder
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    He kicked the ball high into the air. How high is the Eiffel Tower?

    2. My brother loves fast cars.
    My mother is often anxious because he drives too fast .

    Mozart learnt how to play the harpsichord at an early age.
    He started writing music as early as 6.

    4. Mary has to work late tomorrow.

    It was late summer and the sun was still hot.

    5. My mother has bought this beautiful dress at a low price.
    The plane was flying too low above the houses.

    6. If you want to pass this difficult exam you will have to work very hard .
    It was hard work to repaint the whole house.

    7. Freddie reads quite well for his age. Frank hasn't been too well lately.

    The Times is published daily . There are daily flights to San Francisco.

    9. This exercise is harder than I thought. I hope you will try harder next time.

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