Adjective vs. Adverb Quizzes

Preview 20 Quizzes about Adjective vs. Adverb


Faye writes ___.
a. neat
b. neatly


He ran AROUND the track twice.

A. ADJ
B. ADV


She’s a fast learner.

A. Fast is adverb.
B. Fast is adjective.


We got our new dog at the animal shelter
     
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb


They could reach the far side of the mountain.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb


He walks so ___ in those boots.
a. heavy
b. heavily


His kids are ___ students.
a. good
b. well


She played _____.

A. Beautiful
B. Beautifuly
C. Beautifully


     Someone in a red shirt shouted.
     
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb


I know them quite ____.

A. Good
B. Well
C. Both good and well can be used


I wonder if I could speak English as well as you.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb


She is the most JOYFUL child.

A. ADJ
B. ADV


The baby was CRANKY.

A. ADJ
B. ADV


The TV’s far too ____.

A. Loudly
B. Loud
C. Both loudly and loud can be used


She plays the piano ___.

A. Perfect
B. Perfectly


He walks so ___ in those boots.

A. Heavy
B. Heavyily


When he was a baby, he fell into the river
     
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb


Jessica is a ___ basketball player.
a. good
b. well


Mr. Lopez is not a ___ policeman.
a. careful
b. carefully


The student needs to write more quickly.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb


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