Underline the correct word, adjective or adverb.
1.The children played quiet / quietly. 5 Have you seen Rebecca recent / recently?
2.It was raining heavy / heavily yesterday. 6 He’s a slow / slowly runner.
3.She gave it a careful/carefully look. 7 She sings good / well.
4.She speaks perfect / perfectly German. 8 She bought a nice / nicely dress.
Use the correct adjectives and adverbs to complete the exchanges.
delicious fancy interesting
A: What did you do last night, Ben?
B: Nothing special. I just watched an 1) interesting documentary on TV. What about you?
A: I met a friend from school and we went to a fancy restaurant. The food was
hard last well
A: How did you do in the race yesterday?
B: Not very well . Although I tried hard » I came in last
A: Cheer up. What matters is that you did your best.
confusing really hard
A: Did you finish your Maths homework, Camila?
B: Yes, Dad but it was really difficult. I had a hard time understanding
all the formulas.
A: I know. Some of them can be last . Anyway, next time you have problems, just ask.
8. Rewrite the sentences in the correct order.
he / went / in the morning / to school/by bicycle He went to school by bicycle in the morning.
2 at breakfast / I / drink milk / always I drink milk always at breakfast.
3 goes to work / by bus / never / Diego Diego never goes to work by bus.
4 at school/yesterday / hard / I worked Yesterday I worked hard at school.
5 his books / often / forgets / Tom Tom often forgets his book.
6 home / last night / they went / on foot They went home on foot last night.
7 for an hour / in the queue / patiently / he waited He waited in the queue patiently for an hour.
8 he goes / often / abroad / on business Often he goes abroad on business.
Complete the table.
Small Smaller The Smallest
Good Better The Best
Loud Louder The Loudest
High Higher The Highest
Intelligent More intelligent The most intelligent
Big Bigger The Biggest
Helpful More Helpful The most Helpful
Fast Faster The Fastest
Now complete the sentences with adjectives from the table.
I can’t reach the vase. Why did Dad put it on the highest shelf?
2 This is intelligent essay I’ve ever written.
3 Steve’s voice is louder than Tim’s.
4 Judy is faster than Ben. After all she’s a straight-A student.
5 Asia is bigger than Africa.
6 The cheetah is the fastest animal in the world.
Use the adverbs in the list in the correct form to complete the sentences.
Add any necessary words.
Fast Formally Early
Well Wonderfully Carefully
This is the most wonderfully written book I’ve ever read.
2 David cooks early his wife.
3 Sam drives faster than all my friends. He always pays attention
to the road signs.
4 Susan is well dressed than Joanna.
5 Chloe arrived carefully than the other students.
6 Klaus ran the fastest and won the race.