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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17631: Adjective or adverb
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    Adjective or adverb

    Choose the adverb or the adjective.

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    1. As the play unfolds, the audience is (subtle / subtly) brought into the grip of an awful evil.

    2. In a bold, sometimes (careless / carelessly), form there is nothing academic.

    3. The (clever / cleverly) updated detective tale succeeded despite a serious flirt with cliché.

    4. Last week we buried my closest friend, and it was a (deep / deeply) moving service.

    5. She straightened up and looked out the window (direct / directly) at him.

    6. In times gone by, the paddle steamers docked to pick up their loads of (fresh / freshly) baled cotton.

    7. All goes (good / well), and after some time he feels relaxed enough to go for a walk.

    8. Your trigger-(happy / happily) friend isn't in the house.

    9. The gulf between the 'rich' and the 'poor' has narrowed, to the point that the word 'poor' is (hard / hardly) applicable.

    10. (Interesting / Interestingly), the changes the adapter has made seem designed to make the story even more frightening.

    11. He joined dozens of others that sailed (lazy / lazily) toward the surface.

    12. He swore so (loud / loudly) at the top of his voice, that she didn't get any sleep all the next night.

    13. Frankly, it is very (clever / cleverly) done.

    14. Such (nice / nicely) balances of economic integration are hard to sustain for more than a single generation.

    15. There are already rumours that publishers are feeling (nervous / nervously).

    16. Children should be cared for by a (normal / normally) and healthy family.

    17. We hoped this war could be resolved both (quick / quickly) and with as few civilian casualties as possible.

    18. All we wanted to do was to stand very (quiet / quietly) and look and look and look.

    19. He wanted to pat her neck (most / mostly) because she was so wonderful to touch.

    20. It was (nice / nicely) packaged and wrapped in pretty, recycled paper.

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