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Test D: Adjectives and adverbs


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A

Choose the correct word or phrase.

  • We walked slow/slowly back to the hotel.

1. We could walk free/ freely around the aircraft during the flight.
2. The young/The young man with dark hair is my sister's boyfriend.
3. I'm getting quite hungry/hungrily.
4. The man looked thoughtful/ thoughtfully around the room.
5. Have I filled this form in right/rightly?
6. I think Egypt is a fascinated/ fascinating country.
7. The two sisters do alike/similar jobs.
8. I'm pleased the plan worked so good/goodly/well.
9. She invented a new kind of wheelchair for the disabled/ the disabled people.
10. I'm very confused/confusing about what to do.
11. They performed the experiment scientifically/scientificly.
12. The hostages must be very afraid/frightened people.

B

Put the words in the right order to form a statement.

  • a / bought / coat / I / new / red

I bought a new red coat.
1. a / is / nice / place / this
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2. biscuit / can't / find / I / large / the / tin
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3. a / behaved / in / silly / Tessa / way
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4. coffee / cold / getting / is / your
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5. a / house / in / live / lovely / old / stone / they
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6. for / hospital / ill / is / mentally / the / this
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C

Write the words in brackets and add -ly, -ing or -ed only if you need to.

Janet: Is this the
new (new...) car you've just bought?
Nigel: That’s right. Well, it's second-hand of course.
Janet: It's
exciting (excit...) buying a car, isn't it?
Nigel: Well, it was a bit of a problem actually because I didn't have much money to spend. But I managed to find one that wasn't very (1) _____________ (expensive...).
Janet: It looks very (2)_____________ (nice...), I must say.
Nigel: It’s ten years old, so I was (3) _______________ (surpris
e...) what good condition it’s in. The man I bought it from is over eighty, and he always drove it very (4) __________(careful...), he said. He never took it out if it was raining, which I find (5) ____________ (amuse...).
Janet: I think (6)__________ (elde
r...) people look after their cars better than young people.
Nigel: He was a (7)_____________ (friend...) old chap. He even gave me all these maps (8) _________ (free...).

D

Write a second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Use the word in brackets.

  • Jonathan was stupid. (behaved)

Jonathan behaved stupidly.
1. The drink had a strange taste. (tasted) ________________________________
2. Obviously, sick people need to be looked after. (the) ________________________________
3. The dog slept. (asleep) ________________________________
4. The young woman was polite. (spoke) ________________________________
5. The train was late. (arrived) ________________________________
6. The film's ending is dramatic. (ends) ________________________________
7. Polly gave an angry shout. (shouted) ________________________________
8. Billiards is a game for indoors. (indoor) ________________________________
9. The clown amused people. (amusing) ________________________________
10. There was almost no time left. (any) ________________________________

E

Some of these sentences are correct, but most have a mistake. If the sentence is correct, put a tick (+). If it is incorrect, write it correctly.

- Your friend looked rather ill.
- It was a steel long pipe.
1. I tasted the soup careful.
2. It's a beautiful old English church.
3. Are they asleep children?
4. It's a school for the deaf people.
5. It's a leather new nice jacket.
6. The riches are very lucky.
7. You handled the situation well.
8. He used a green paper thick towel.
9. Our future lies with the young.
10. The course I started was bored.
11. I often talk to the two old next door.
12. The smoke rose highly into the air.
13. It feels warm in here.
14. We felt disappointing when we lost.
15. Everyone seemed very nervously.
16. Tessa drives too fastly.
17. This scenery is really depressing.

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It was a long steel pipe.
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