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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3674: Adjective or adverb?
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    Adjective or adverb?

    Please choose between adjectives and adverbs:
    Eg : The lesson sounds funny.

    Eg : She wears it beautifully.

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    1. She defined her position in this matter.

    2. All their answers sounded .

    3. The secretary adjusted herself to the new boss.

    4. I am certain my measurements will prove to be .

    5. I am certain I have measured the room .

    6. The old woman looked sad.

    7. Don't take the children there : it is a lake to swim in.

    8. I am very proud : my daughter plays the flute .

    9. We were all enchanted ! Her voice sounded so !

    10. He is a stranger to me.

    11. You should admit it was not a very remark.

    12. Speak more , I can't write down

    13. My father, who's a chemist, knows this product very .

    14. He knows we should use very products.

    15. Don't worry ! My aunt always treats her guests very .

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