Daily Grammar

Lesson 70

Parts of Speech - Adverbs

Instructions: Choose the correct form for each of these sentences. Remember that adjectives modify nouns and pronouns while adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs.

1. Mr. Peterson always speaks (good, well).

Mr. Peterson always speaks well.

2. That coach (sure, surely) gets results.

That coach surely gets results.

3. Those knives are (awful, very) sharp.

Those knives are very sharp.

4. The bacon tasted (good, well).

The bacon tasted good.

5. The new teacher (sure, really) is smart.

The new teacher really is smart.

6. Your assignment was done (bad, badly).

Your assignment was done badly.

7. I am (real, really) sorry to hear that.

I am really sorry to hear that.

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