Adjective vs. Adverb Quizzes

Preview 20 Quizzes about Adjective vs. Adverb

Joanna sings ___.
a. awful
b. awfully

The sweater is totally MOTH-EATEN.


She’s a ___ driver, I think.

A. Careful
B. Carefully

I don’t think I am a ___ athlete.
a. bad
b. badly

Patty doesn’t cook ___.
a. good
b. well

He should pass the test _____.

A. Easy
B. Easily
C. Easilly

My shoes are tight.

A. Tight is adverb.
B. Tight is adjective.

He ate his dinner very ___.
a. quick
b. quickly

He is a __ worker.
a. careless
b. carelessly

He works hard.

A. Hard is adverb.
B. Hard is adjective.

     The store with the neon sign is open
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb

She’s a ___ speller.
a. bad
b. badly

He correctly answered of of these questions.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb

Where did you buy the cut-price daily newspaper?

  1. adjective
  2. adverb

He hung the shirt BACK in the closet.


     Ice reduces swelling of an injured area.
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb

She did well.

A. Well is adverb.
B. Well is adjective.

Mr. Garcia speaks ___.
a. loud
b. loudly

He took the test YESTERDAY.


He walks so ___ in those boots.

A. Heavy
B. Heavyily

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