Quiz: Adjective or Adverb?

Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs | Level: Beginner

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - She played _____.
Q2 - The TV's far too ____.
Q3 - She speaks so very ____.
Q4 - She's a ____learner.
Q5 - I know them quite ____.
Q6 - Check your work ____.
Q7 - I've been having a lot of headaches ____.
Q8 - He's a ____ actor.
Q9 - He should pass the test _____.
Q10 - He's really lazy and _____ tries.
Q11 - The newspapers were very _____ of the scheme.
Q12 - He's ____ill.
Q13 - I don't ____ agree with you.
Q14 - I was _____ shocked.
Q15 - It was a ____ mess.
Q16 - They messed things up ____.
Q17 - It was a ____ day for us all.

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Q1 - She played _____.
 
beautiful
 
beautifuly
 
beautifully
Q2 - The TV's far too ____.
 
loud
 
loudly
 
Either could be used here.
Q3 - She speaks so very ____.
 
quick
 
quickly
Q4 - She's a ____learner.
 
quick
 
quickly
Q5 - I know them quite ____.
 
good
 
well
 
Either could be used here.
Q6 - Check your work ____.
 
careful
 
carefuly
 
carefully
Q7 - I've been having a lot of headaches ____.
 
late
 
lately
Q8 - He's a ____ actor.
 
terrible
 
terribly
Q9 - He should pass the test _____.
 
easy
 
easily
 
easilly
Q10 - He's really lazy and _____ tries.
 
hard
 
hardly
 
Either could be used here.
Q11 - The newspapers were very _____ of the scheme.
 
critical
 
critically
Q12 - He's ____ill.
 
critical
 
critically
Q13 - I don't ____ agree with you.
 
full
 
fuly
 
fully
Q14 - I was _____ shocked.
 
complete
 
completely
Q15 - It was a ____ mess.
 
complete
 
completely
Q16 - They messed things up ____.
 
complete
 
completely
Q17 - It was a ____ day for us all.
 
sad
 
sadly

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