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  • She can play the piano really ... (good)
    well
  • I haven't seen him ... (late)
    lately
  • They went ... into the forest. (deep)
    deep
  • She wrote every letter very ... (care)
    carefully
  • My friends are ... vegetarians. (most)
    mostly
  • She ... works: she spends most of her time just watching TV. (hard)
    hardly
  • It's .... to walk alone here at night. (danger)
    dangerous
  • There was a ... twist at the end of the film. (drama)
    dramatic
  • The lake is ... (deep)
    deep
  • He looked at me ... (calm) and walked away.
    calmly
  • My mum works really ... and is often tired. (hard)
    hard
  • Your handwriting is really ... - I can't understand anything! (care)
    careless
  • Your sister sings ... and I'm sure she will be successful. (beauty)
    beautifully
  • There was a ... knock on the door. (loud)
    loud
  • He smokes 20 cigarettes a day, he's a .... smoker. (heavy)
    heavy
  • He had an accident and was ... hurt. (serious)
    seriously
  • The plane flew ... in the sky. (high)
    high
  • He looked at me and laughed .... (happy)
    happily
  • He is a ... respected teacher. (high)
    highly
  • I'm an ... bird, I always get up ... (early)
    early, early
  • The balcony was ... high. (danger)
    dangerously
  • He had to give ... apologies. (public)
    public
  • The house was ... lit by colourful lights. (bright)
    brightly
  • He is ... in love with her. (deep)
    deeply
  • John may be ... home tonight, because he has a lot of work. (late)
    late
  • John is a ... eater. (noise)
    noisy
  • She heard something and looked ... behind her. (nerve)
    nervously