Grammar Quiz

Adjective vs. Adverb Quizzes

Preview 20 Quizzes about Adjective vs. Adverb


My shoes are tight.

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


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


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


She was LONELY.

A. ADJ
B. ADV


Douglas and Hannah are ___ students.
a. bad
b. badly


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


There was a ___ noise last night. Did you hear it?
a. loud
b. loudly


He hung the shirt BACK in the closet.

A. ADJ
B. ADV


Mrs. Thompson sews ___.
a. quick
b. quickly


The boat landed on an island near the coast
     
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb


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


Put that club DOWN immediately!

A. ADJ
B. ADV


I know them quite ____.

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


Mary is a ___ swimmer.
a. slow
b. slowly


You write so ___. Look at these mistakes.
a. careless
b. carelessly


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


He is a ___ talker, but he never listens.

A. Quick
B. Quickly


They sat on an open area on the beach
     
      A.     Adjective
      B.     Adverb


My spouse brigthens my day in a lovely way.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb


He correctly answered of of these questions.

  1. adjective
  2. adverb


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