Set II, 19

Circle the adjective or adverb form of the word in parentheses to correctly complete each sentence.

EXAMPLES: This is a (bad, badly) example. You drive (bad, badly).

1. Terry is a (childish, childishly) person.

2. He behaves (childish, childishly).

3. Writing term papers is easy if you arrange your index cards (systematic, systematically).

4. His story was (convincing, convincingly) told.

5. Wanda paints murals (beautiful, beautifully).

6. On a very (quiet, quietly) evening, you can hear the waterfall.

7. It was a (seductive, seductively) offer.

8. Hank wrote too (slow, slowly).

9. He always writes (slow, slowly).

10. Please speak (clear, clearly).

11. I find this novel very (interesting, interestingly).

12. An (enthusiastic, enthusiastically) lecturer keeps our interest.

13. Ethel dresses (attractive, attractively) every day.

14. Talk (soft, softly) or don't talk at all.

15. Leaping (happy, happily) out of bed, the (eager, eagerly) children began their holiday.

16. Sonia was (glad, gladly) that her (painful, painfully) illness was over.

17. You are (surprising, surprisingly) (quiet, quietly) today.

18. She speaks (confident, confidently) and (earnest, earnestly) about the plight of the poor.

19. We are (high, highly) qualified for these jobs.

20. Jerry did not pass the course as (easy, easily) as he thought he would.

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