Solutions for: App 338 / Adjectives and Adverbs (1)

Practise using adjectives and adverbs correctly!
We use adjectives to describe how something is/looks. For example: The door is green and big. The question is: What is the door like? Adverbs are used to describe the verb and usually have a "ly" at the end. For example: The child walks slowly. The question is: How does the child walk?

There are also some irregular adverbs:
Good -> Well
Fast -> Fast
Hard -> Hard
Late -> Late
Early -> Early
Lively -> Lively
Far -> Far
My dog is very ______.

Solution:
small
My dog eats its food very ______.

Solution:
quickly
There is ice on the road so I walk ______.

Solution:
carefully
Linda has a ______ bike.

Solution:
green
He plays the piano very ______.

Solution:
well
She is very ______ about her birthday presents.

Solution:
happy
Tilly has to walk very ______ to school.

Solution:
far
Ben writes the new words ______ into his notebook.

Solution:
slowly
Beth can run very ______!

Solution:
fast
My new bedroom is very ______.

Solution:
beautiful
My little sister is very ______.

Solution:
lively
I can answer that question ______.

Solution:
easily
He is waiting ______ for the train to arrive.

Solution:
excitedly
She enters the classroom ______.

Solution:
happily
You are very ______ at English!

Solution:
good