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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9436: Adverbs or adjectives ?
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    Adverbs or adjectives ?


    Choose the right adverb or adjective to complete the sentences.



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    English exercise "Adverbs or adjectives ?" created by woodyrun with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from woodyrun]
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    1. He's very tired because he works very .

    2. He works, he's very lazy.

    3. He came the animals and sat down.

    4. I was late and missed my train.

    5. Keep your eyes open !

    6. They differed in their opinions.

    7. The birds fly .

    8. He was praised for his work.

    9. She is a very pupil, she needs some help.

    10. She works very .









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