Grammar Quiz

[ Adverbs ]

What does the term “degree” in adverbs refer to?

A. The certainty of a statement

B. The amount or extent of something

C. The comparison between two actions

D. The time at which something happens

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——— she had been diagnosed earlier, she would be in q better condition now.

A. Because

B. If

C. Since

D. Although

E. Unless

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I was cycling home yesterday when suddenly a man stepped out into the road in front of me. I (go) quite fast but luckily I (manage) to stop in time and (not/hit) him.

A. -was going
-was managed
-was not hit

B. -was going
-was managed
-didn’t hit

C. -was going
-didn’t hit

D. -was going
-did managed
-didn’t hit

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