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Examples of Adverbs Practice Exercises

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Examples of Adverbs Study Guide

Examples of Adverbs Practice Exercises

Practice Exercise 1

Fill in the blanks with adverbs you've learned in this lesson. You may repeat adverbs in more than one sentence if you like, but be sure to consider all the adverbs.

1. The marathon runners dashed ___ toward the finish line.
2. The proud parents watched ___ to see if their girl would finish the race successfully.
3. The cheerleaders yelled ___ as the game neared its dramatic end.
4. The winning team cheered ___ as they squirted water over their coach's head.
5. The losing team marched ___ off the field at game's end.
6. The athletes trained ___ for months in advance of the Olympics.
7. Losing ___ is the sign of poor sportsmanship.
8. Being a generous winner is the sign of a ___ well-trained athlete.
9. Our team learned how to be ___ losers when they lost their final game.
10. Determined to win next season, the coach ___ promised the students a longer training period next year.

Answers

  1. swiftly
  2. thoughtfully
  3. frantically
  4. enthusiastically
  5. sadly
  6. vigorously
  7. badly
  8. really
  9. good
  10. enthusiastically or thoughtfully

Practice Exercise 2

Directions: Write six sentences using the tricky adjectives and adverbs you learned in this lesson. You may use more than one adverb or adjective in each sentence if you like. Each sentence must include at least one of these words:

bad, badly, good, well, real, really

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Words You Should Now Know

  • bad/badly
  • incorporate
  • energetically
  • real/really
  • enthusiastically
  • sadly
  • experimentally
  • successfully
  • expertly
  • suddenly
  • extremely
  • swiftly
  • frantically
  • thoughtfully
  • good/well
  • vigorously

Extra Word(s) You Learned in This Study Guide

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