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Adjective or adverb: grammar exercise

on August 25, 2012

Adjective or adverb: grammar exercise

Complete the following sentences using appropriate adjectives or adverbs.

1. If you work too …………………………………., you will fall ill.

a) hard                                  b) hardly

2. The country received …………………………………… any rainfall this year.

a) hard                                  b) hardly

3. In a democratic country, everybody has the right to speak …………………………….

a) free                                  b) freely

4. He hit the nail ————————————

a) hard                                  b) hardly

5. The show was ……………………………………… amusing.

a) high                                  b) highly

6. Throw it as ………………………………………. as you can.

a) high                                  b) highly

7. He has ……………………………………. arrived.

a) just                                   b) justly

8. All criminals must be ……………………………………….. punished for their crimes.

a) just                                   b) justly

9. He is never ………………………………………… for work.

a) late                                   b) lately

10. I haven’t been to the theatre much …………………………………………

a) late                                   b) lately

Answers

1. If you work too hard, you will fall ill. (Hard can be used both as an adjective and as an

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