Look at the paragraph and choose the correct words.
My name is Sarah and I don’t like ________________ in my class, but _______________once told me that I should give people a change by being nice and open hearted. I think __________________ deserves a chance.
Read the text below and answer the question that follow:
According to the text, when Kate was in high school, she took every art class available. Read the sentences below about Kate and notice the use of the adjectives and adverbs. Choose the correct sentence.
A: Who’s that guy over there? Do you know him? B: That’s Pedro. I’ve known him _______ 2011.
The adverb often in “Inputs often depend on the species that are farmed" can be replaced by the adverb
The suffix -ly is added to adjectives to form:
The word globally in: “sea levels have risen up to about 19cm globally" functions as
A: Where’s that delicious pasta you made for lunch? I’d like to have _______ for dinner. B: There isn’t _______ left.
Read the texts below and answer the question that follow:
Read the following sentences about the dog's owner. Choose the sentence in which the adverb is used correctly.
Look at the clock. Complete the sentence below with the correct hour and choose the CORRECT answer. (Hour)
I get up at six fifteen. I have breakfast and I go to work at ________.
The adverb “currently” (line 14) means
Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, adverbs themselves or a noun. To understand and to have a more complete understanding of what the speaker meant we need to complete with one of the adverbs. Which one would be the only one to fit better? Take into account the word order as well. The sun ________ shines ________.
In which set the adjective does not relate to its adverb? Choose the INCORRECT answer.
The sun _______ rises in the west.
The linker BUT in "but not everyone can afford them" expresses, in this context, the idea of:
In which sentence the adverb used does not correspond to the idea given? Choose the INCORRECT answer.