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Adverbials and adverbs

(intermediate level)

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  1

I'm so sorry, but I can't go out with you tonight. I'm ____ tired.

terribly
terrible



  2

'What do you think of Mr Whiskers?'
'Well, he's a ____ Scotsman.'

typical
typically



  3

Look at that woman over there. She looks____ , doesn't she?

beautiful
beautifully



  4

'Did you catch the gangsters?'
'Oh no, they ran ____ fast.'

awfully
awful
extreme
extremely



  5

'What about Sheila's concert yesterday?'
'I think she played ____ .'

lovely
beautifully
ugly



  6

She sang in such a ____ way that everybody burst out in tears.

beautifully
nicely
lovely



  7

Do you know that I envy your living in such a ____ place?

lonely
lovely
friendly



  8

He felt so ____ at the party that he thought he would have another drink.

nice
happily
gladly
lonely
miserable



  9

'Why didn't you phone me last night?'
'Oh sorry, I ____ forgot.'

cleanly
deadly
clean
dead



10

'How about Peter's new comedy?'
'Oh dear, it's ____ boring.'

simple
cleanly
awfully



11

Let's go to the supermarket. The grocer says he's ____ out of beer.

clear
clearly
clean
cleanly



12

Slow down please. You can't see ____ in this terrible fog, can you?

clear
clean
clearly
cleanly



13

Everybody is asked to stand ____ of the race track after the last signal.

clean
direct
clear
directly
clearly
cleanly



14

I'm sorry that she failed the exam, but she ____ needs to try it again.

definitely
clearly
obviously



15

The lorry-driver wasn't questioned as he was ____ injured in the crash.

clearly
deadly
fatally

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