Top 30 Adjective or Adverb Exercise and Answers

Top 30 Adjective or Adverb Exercise and Answers

Subject-verb agreement can be tricky for beginning readers and English learners. It means that the subject of the sentence must agree” with its verb — in other words, if the subject is singular, the verb must also be singular. Practice this important grammatical concept with one subject-verb agreement quiz on simple and compound subjects and additional subject-verb agreement exercises on different types of sentences.

Exercise : Adjective or Adverb Exercise 2

In the following sentences, cross out the incorrect words and write in the correct form in the blanks. If the sentence is correct as it is, write “correct” in the blank.

1. Terrence plays quarterback as well as Brian._______________

2. The game hadn’t hardly begun before it started to rain.____________

3. This was sure a mild winter.__________________

4. Jane behaves more pleasant than Joan.________________

5. When you are a parent, you will think different about children.___________

6. I felt badly about not having done good on my final exams._____________

7. Whether you win is not near as important as how you play._____________

8. Asian music often sounds oddly to Western listeners.______________

9. Does your car run well enough to enter the race?_________________

10. I felt safely enough to go out at night on my own._________________

11. You can see the distant mountains clear with these binoculars.______________

12. Our team was real sharp last Saturday afternoon during the game.___________

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Answer : Adjective or Adverb Exercise 2

Correct answers are in bold. Incorrect answers are in italics.

1. Terrence plays quarterback as well as Brian. correct

2. The game hadn’t hardly begun before it started to rain. had

3. This was sure a mild winter. surely

4. Jane behaves more pleasant than Joan. pleasantly

5. When you are a parent, you will think different about children. differently

6. I felt badly about not having done good on my final exams. bad, well

7. Whether you win is not near as important as how you play. nearly

8. Asian music often sounds oddly to Western listeners. odd

9. Does your car run well enough to enter the race? correct

10. I felt safely enough to go out at night on my own. safe

11. You can see the distant mountains clear with these binoculars. clearly

12. Our team was real sharp last Saturday afternoon during the game. really

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