Exercise 3: adjectives & adverbs mixed

(Practise using English adverbs and adjectives)

Exercise on adjectives and adverbs – cloze test (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)

Use the word in brackets behind each sentence to form an adjective or adverb. Be careful with possible special forms.

  • Example: “She waited ______ for the visitors.” (patient) → “She waited patiently for the visitors.”

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  1. It’s a day, isn’t it? (wonderful)
  2. Don’t talk so . I want to watch the film. (loud)
  3. A: I really enjoy tennis. We play very , don’t you think? (good)
    B: Yes, you’re right, we are a team. (good)
  4. I have to take the test tomorrow. I’m quite . (nervous)
  5. Oh, no problem, you can ask her. She seems very . (nice)
  6. Don’t be worried. You can get a new job with your qualification. (easy)
  7. Both of them lived in France for 12 years. They speak French . (fluent)
  8. They really like your present. They’re smiling . (happy)
  9. My brother was at a party. He arrived last night. (late)

Exercises and explanations related to ‘Using adverbs/adjectives’

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