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Grammar (Sent. Str.)

Adverb or Adjective (RL)

QuestionAnswer
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The old man shuffled (slowly) across the street, holding up traffic. adverb (How did he shuffle?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The (crying) baby disturbed the other diners in the restaurant. adjective (Which baby?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The (busy) retail shop boasted an impressive record with customer satisfaction. adjective (What kind of shop?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The student’s science project was a (carefully) constructed model of a tsunami. adverb (How was it constructed?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The track star ran so (gracefully) that he appeared to be flying. adverb (How did he run?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: Darwin kept a (daily) journal of his thoughts as he traveled. adjective (What kind of journal?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: I (usually) watch this program on Monday evenings. adverb (When do I watch?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: Despite popular belief, the inside of an igloo is still (frigid). adjective (How is the inside of an igloo?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: Maria was (thoroughly) offended when Eric implied that her shoes looked like clown shoes. adverb (To what extent was she offended?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: Loud (country) music blared from the pickup truck. adjective (What kind of music?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: (Shiny) Christmas balls added to the office tree’s appeal. adjective (What kind of Christmas balls?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: There was so much rain this spring that the ground became a (soggy) mess. adjective (What kind of mess?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The burden sat (heavily) on the young man’s shoulder. adverb (How did the burden sit?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The group gave their newest member a (friendly) welcome. adjective (What kind of welcome?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The stray cat moved (cautiously) through the neighborhood. adverb (How did it move?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The skater delivered her routine (flawlessly). adverb (How did she deliver?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The tiny sports car maneuvered (smoothly) through the thick traffic. adverb (How did it maneuver?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The (stuffy) room made it difficult for the students to stay awake. adjective (What kind of room?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The robber wore a ski mask and (blue) jeans. adjective (What kind of jeans?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The audience’s applause made it clear that the performance was (well) done. adverb (How was it done?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: Without distractions, the student did (well) on the test that he had taken in the Testing Center. adverb (How did he do?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: It’s a (good) thing I hadn’t planned to go to the beach today. adjective (What kind of thing?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The movie’s plot was (good), but I didn’t care for the score. adjective (What kind of plot?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: The (black) cord goes to the computer, and the gray cord goes to the television. adjective (Which cord?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: (Melissa’s) paper was lost when she wrecked her car. adjective (Which paper?)
Is the marked word an adjective or an adverb: I left my text book at my best (friend’s) house over the weekend. adjective (Which house?)
I thought that this test was (more challenging) than the last. adjective in comparative form (What type of test?)
The two friends (grudgingly) admitted that the argument had been ridiculous. adverb (How did they agree?)
The (gangly) youth lifted weights all summer, and by fall he was considerably stockier. adjective (What type of youth?)
I speak (daily) to my mother on the telephone. adverb (How often do I speak?)
The runner felt his injured ankle (gingerly). adverb (How did he feel it?)
The weather has been (unseasonably) warm for this time of year. adverb (To what extent has it been warm?)
The student was (completely) disgusted to learn that the class would be dissecting a fetal pig. adverb (To what extent was the student disgusted?)
Although Fredrick found the argument between the girls (mildly) amusing, he chose to stay above the juvenile drama. adverb (To what extent did he find it amusing?)
(Lovingly), the child stroked the horse’s muzzle. adverb (How did she stroke the horse?)
Jared was a (beastly) child because he never took direction from teachers, talked back to his parents, and worked very poorly with his peers. adjective (What type of child?)
When the teams win their competitions, a (college) athletic program can mean money for the school, the community, and the athletes. adjective (What type of athletic program?)
Karina wanted to speak out against her (abusive) husband, but she was afraid he would take her children away from her. adjective (What type of husband?)
Created by: HGTC Eng 032 on 2011-05-23



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