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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6404: From adjectives to adverbs
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    From adjectives to adverbs

    Change the adjectives into adverbs and put them in the correct position in each sentence.

    Example:  Marie speaks French. (fluent)   Marie speaks French fluently.

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    1. Jerome plays tennis. (good) .
    2. I'm tired. (terrible) .
    3. Julie walks to work. (usual) .
    4. Lionel is working at the moment. (hard) .
    5. Pavarotti sings. (beautiful) .
    6. Aurore drives her Ferrari. (fast) .
    7. We go swimming after school. (occasional) .
    8. Mrs. Dupont is polite. (awful) .

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