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Test L: Adverbs and word order

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A

Put each word in brackets into the sentence.

  • Anna arrives for work. (late)

Anna arrives late for work.
1. I like old cowboy films. (quite) __________________________
2. Have you finished this magazine? (yet) __________________________
3. This coat is big. (too) __________________________
4. Have the children had their tea? (already) __________________________
5. You don't look ill. (certainly) __________________________
6. We don't go out. (much) __________________________
7. I think everyone works hard. (fairly) __________________________
8. I don't know the date of the meeting. (still) __________________________
9. The others are getting ready. (just) __________________________
10. I have to go to work. (on Saturdays) __________________________

B

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

  • I / love / really / these trousers

I really love these trousers.
1. is / rather / silly / this game __________________________
2. already / I've / paid / the bill __________________________
3. enough / isn't / loud / the alarm __________________________
4. easily / Jonathan / passed / the test __________________________
5. a lot / cards / play / the children __________________________
6. didn't / enough / sell / they / tickets __________________________
7. ask / many / questions / too / you __________________________
8. a member / any more / of the club / I'm / not __________________________
9. enough / it's / outside / to sit / warm __________________________

C

Read the conversation. Then look at the answers below and write the correct answer in each
space.

Martin: Hello, Nancy.
How are you? Have you found a job (1) __________?
Nancy: No, I’m afraid not, but I'm (2) __________ looking. It's taking (3) __________longer than I
expected. The problem is there just aren't (4) __________ jobs. And there are too (5) __________
people looking for jobs.
Martin: I'm old enough (6) __________remember when there was plenty of work.
Nancy: There used to be lots of work, but there isn’t (7) __________ more. I'm afraid I’m (8) __________
longer as optimistic as I was a few weeks ago. In fact I feel a (9) __________ depressed about it
sometimes.
Martin: Don't worry. You’ll (10) __________ find something, I expect.

D

Each of these sentences has a mistake in it. Write the correct sentence.

- My friend calls always for me.
1. I didn't last night sleep very well.
2. I think I need to rest little.
3. I don't work for the company longer.
4. The article is fair interesting.
5. Tessa locked carefully the door.
6. You aren't enough tall to play basketball.
7. We went yesterday to town.
8. I like this music much.

My friend always calls for me.
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E

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

  • It's probable that the strike will be over soon. (probably)

The strike will probably be over soon.
1. We often go to the cinema. (a lot) _______________________________
2. Adrian wears jeans all the time. (always) _______________________________
3. These shoes are too small. (big) _______________________________
4. I don't live in Birmingham any more. (no) _______________________________
5. Polly spent more money than she should have done in the sales. (too) ______________________________

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