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Adverbs of Manner or Adjectives?

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    Fill in the gaps, decide which option is correct, or change adjectives into adverbs of manner!
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  • Jane works hard / hardly.
    hard
  •  5
  • He is very nice / nicely man.
    nice
  •  5
  • The sun is shining bright / brightly.
    brightly
  •  5
  • Smoking is bad / badly for your your health.
    bad
  •  5
  • She behaves very good / well.
    well
  •  5
  • The chair is comfortable / comfortably.
    comfortable
  •  5
  • You drive very slow / slowly.
    slowly
  •  5
  • James has a LOUD voice. Yes, he always talks very .......................
    LOUDLY
  •  10
  • Angela is very HAPPY today. Yes, and she is laughing very ..................
    HAPPILY
  •  10
  • He is a very ......................... (careful/carefully) student.
    careful
  •  10
  • He always does his homework ............................. (careful/carefully).
    carefully
  •  10
  • The old man walks very ........................... (slow/slowly).
    slowly
  •  10
  • This is an ................................. (easy/easily) exercise.
    easy
  •  10
  • I can do all of these exercises ......................... (easy/easily).
    easily
  •  10
  • This apple is very ....................... (soft/softly).
    soft
  •  10
  • She always speaks ....................... (soft/softly) to the child.
    softly
  •  10
  • Her sister plays the violin ............................... beautiful/beautifully).
    beautifully
  •  10
  • Helen is a .......................... ( beautiful/beautifully) girl.
    beautiful
  •  10
  • adjective: easy  adverb: ......................
    easily
  •  5
  • adjective: HEAVY adverb: .........................
    HEAVILY
  •  10
  • adjective: FAST adverb: .....................
    FAST
  •  10
  • adjective : GOOD adverb: .................
    WELL
  •  10
  •  He has got a ................................ headache.(bad/ badly)
    bad 
  •  15
  • Snails always move very .................... They are ..................... animals.(slow)
    slowly / slow
  •  15
  •  He is a ...........................(quick / quickly) learner.
    quick
  •  15
  •   She plays tennis very  .............................(good/ well)
    well
  •  15
  • She cooks........................(terrible / terribly)
     terribly
  •  15
  •  Pigs are very ........................(noisy / noisily)
     noisy
  •  15