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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116446: Adverbs
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    Adverbs


    Change the adjectives into adverbs.



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    1. For someone who just started to learn English, you speak the language very (good)

    2. I believe that the world can some day be a better place. (honest)

    3. Despite an engine failure the plane landed (safe)

    4. She moved so on the dance floor that the crowd gave her a standing ovation. (graceful)

    5. The school soccer team performed very at the recent tournament. (bad)

    6. Everytime I go to Joe's place, he is lying down in bed. (lazy)

    7. Our horse won the first race on the program. (easy)

    8. I have been so busy preparing work for the students that I've had time to go out. (rare)

    9. I don't know when the company will transfer me overseas. (exact)

    10. The people who moved in the house next door always speak very (loud)









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