Adjective Adverb Worksheet

1. Complete each sentence using a word from the list. Sometimes you need the adjective (careful etc.) and sometimes the adverb (carefully etc.).


1. Our holiday was too short. The time passed very ----.

2. Tom doesn't take risks when he's driving. He's always ----.

3. Sally works ----. She never seems to stop.

4. Alice and Stan are very ---- married.

5. Monica's English is very ---- although she makes a lot of mistakes.

6. I cooked this meal ---- for you, so I hope you like it.

7. Everything was very quiet. There was ---- silence.

8. I tried on the shoes and they fitted me ----.

9. Do you usually feel ---- before examinations?

10. I'd like to buy a car but it's ---- impossible for me at the moment.

2. Use the adjective or adverb form of the word.

11. The driver of the car was ---- injured. (serious / seriously)

12. The driver of the car had ---- injuries. (serious / seriously)

13. I think you behaved very ----. (selfish/selfishly)

14. Rose is ---- upset about losing her job. (terrible / terribly)

15. There was a ---- change in the weather. (sudden / suddenly)

16. Everybody at the party was ---- dressed. (colorful / colorfully)

17. Linda likes wearing ---- clothes. (colorful / colorfully)

18. She fell and hurt herself quite ----.(bad / badly)

19. Don't go up that ladder. It doesn't look ----. (safe / safely)

20. He looked at me ---- when I interrupted him. (angry / angrily)

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