Adjective or Adverb - Exercises

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Exercises

Decide whether you need an adjective or an adverb.

  1. A visit to the platform of this building is recommended.1st space: a noun is being described (How is the building?) → adjective|2nd space: a verb is being described (How is it recommended?) → adverb
  2. The thief was sneaking around the house checking if inside everything remained .1st space: a verb is being described (How was he sneaking around the house?) → adverb|2nd space: after remain comes an adjective
  3. It was so in the club that I had to shout out to make myself understood.1st space: a noun is being described (How was it in the club?) → adjective|2nd space: a verb is being described (How did I have to shout?) → adverb
  4. This short story is . It is written.1st space: a noun is being described (How is the short story?) → adjective|2nd space: a verb is being described (How is it written?) → adverb
  5. James can taste – when he eats something, he can tell you all the different spices that were used in that meal. I can only tell if a meal tastes or not.1st space: sense of taste (ability to taste something) → adverb|2nd space: the taste of food → adjective

Choose the correct form (adjective or adverb).

  1. I parked my car between two other cars that were standing there.a verb is being described (How did I park?) → adverb
  2. When she heard the news, she became .1st space: an adjective is being described (How angry did she become?) → adverb|2nd space: a verb is being described (What/how did she become?) - in connection with become, however, we use an adjective
  3. Doctor: How are you feeling today?
    Patient: Not . I think, I am getting better each day.We use an adjective to describe the verb feel.
  4. Suddenly the weather changed and within five minutes it turned .a verb is being described (What/how did the weather turn?) - in connection with turn, however, we use an adjective