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Dylan

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2019.12.03 11:27
🤗🤗 ADJECTIVES vs ADVERBS 🤗🤗

A lot of English learners struggle when using adverbs or adjectives to describe something.

Just remember:
- Adjective = Used to describe a noun
- Adverb = Used to describe an adjective


Try the exercises below with some common adjectives and adverbs 👏🏼 (adjective/adverb)


1) It was snowing very (heavy/heavily) today.

2) Can you speak more (slow/slowly), please?

3) This burger tastes (amazing/amazingly).

4) She was such a (good/well) teacher.

5) I’m not (real/really) sure about this one.

6) The weather today was (unbearable/unbearably) hot.

7) I tied my shoe laces too (tight/tightly) and couldn’t undo them.

8) The way the teacher spoke was very (calm/calmly).

9) This pizza tastes very (good/well).

10) My boss always works very (hard/hardly).


Good luck!!! 🤞🏼
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Comments

  • Quaintrelle 2019.12.03 11:38

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    “#Please correct me”🤔there’s nothing to be corrected in this post.😂
  • nanappi 2019.12.03 11:39

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    1) heavily 2) slowly. 3) amazing. 4) good. 5) really. 6) unbearably. 7) tight. 8) calm. 9) good. 10) hard
  • Julie 2019.12.03 11:43

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    1) heavily 2) slowly 3) amazing 4) good 5) really 6) unbearably 7) tight 8) calm 9) good 10) hard
  • taki 2019.12.03 12:15

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    1) heavily 2) slowly 3) amazing 4) good 5) really 6) unbearably 7) tightly 8) calm 9) well 10) hardly Thank you for great exercises!
  • Dylan 2019.12.03 13:23

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    @Quaintrelle @nanappi @Julie @taki Answers!! 1) heavily 2) slowly 3) amazing 4) good 5) really 6) unbearably 7) tightly (or tight!!) 8) calm 9) good 10) hard This one was too easy for you all!!
  • 巴特福来 2019.12.03 16:40

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    Some words can be used both as adjectives and adverbs. Sometimes I'm confused that whether a word is adjective and adverb or not.

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