Saturday, January 4, 2014

Adverbs Exercise :

Adverbs are words used to modify verbs. An adverb may also modify an adjective or another adverb.

Complete the following sentences using appropriate adverbs.

1. I ………………… don’t believe him. (Really / kindly)

2. She ……………………. wrecked her dad’s car. (Literally / eagerly)

3. He ………………… ignored me. (Simply / pleasantly)

4. She is going to be late………………. (For sure / surely)

5. My Manager …………………. rejected my proposal. (Really / completely)

6. They …………….. endorsed the new policies. (Brilliantly / heartily)

7. I was …………….. surprised by his kind gesture. (Earnestly / pleasantly)

8. The laptop was ………………. pricey, still he bought it. (Regretfully / ridiculously)

9. I ………………… like my new job. (Kindly / kind of)

10. He …………………. declined the offer. (Stupidly / innately)

Answers

1. I really don’t believe him.
2. She literally wrecked her dad’s car.
3. He simply ignored me.
4. She is going to be late, for sure.
5. My Manager completely rejected my proposal.
6. They heartily endorsed the new policies.
7. I was pleasantly surprised by his kind gesture.
8. The laptop was ridiculously pricey, still he bought it.
9. I kind of like my new job.
10.He stupidly declined the offer.

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