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Adverbs of manner (review)
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  • Come to me, quick/quickly.
    quickly
  • He got up late/lately.
    late
  • She did well/good at this tennis match.
    well
  • The horses are running so fast/fastly.
    fast
  • They were sleeping when sudden/suddenly heard a strange noise.
    suddenly
  • My neighbour's dogs were barking so loudly/loud the whole night.
    loudly
  • She is singing so beautifully/beautiful!
    beautifully
  • The children were laughing so happy/happily.
    happily
  • Please, try to behave normal/normally when you meet my parents.
    normally
  • Happy wakes up early/earlily.
    early
  • She laughs happy/happily at my jokes.
    happily
  • Erica looked at Pug angry/angrily.
    angrily
  • Jim speaks English so good/well.
    well
  • Allen easy/easily passed the test.
    easily
  • I didn't hear anything as they were talking so noisy/noisily.
    noisily
  • Eric polite/politely opened the door in front of Anna.
    politely
  • I always study hardly/hard before the test.
    hard
  • She spoke in a friend/friendly way.
    friendly
  • The clouds are so high/highly in the sky.
    high
  • They slow/slowly read the text.
    slowly
  • Please, careful/carefully open the box!
    carefully
  • We must study hard/hardly to pass the test.
    hard
  • You are the nextly/next to answer.
    next
  • Please, close the door gentle/gently.
    gently