Adverbs are used to modify verbs, adjectives, or adverbs. You use them to give more information about these words in a sentence.
Adverbs are similar to adjectives and sometimes even the same, but in most cases, you need to change the adjective to get the adverb. The general rule to form adverbs is adding <ly> to the adjective. Visit this page for more information about forming adverbs.
This is an exercise in which you need to form adverbs.
You can find the exercise below:
Forming Adverbs Exercise 4
Complete the following sentences by forming the adverbs.
1.He spoke (persuasive) to convince others.
2.She walked (brisk) to stay warm.
3.He typed (quick) to finish the report.
4.She spoke (polite) to the customer.
5.The dog barked (excited) when its owner came home.
6.She cleaned the house (thorough).
7.She cooked (delicious) to impress her guests.
8.The horse galloped (wild) through the field.
9.He spoke (truthful) to avoid deception.
10.She sang (soulful) to express her emotions.
- Forming Adverbs Exercise 1
- Forming Adverbs Exercise 2
- Forming Adverbs Exercise 3
- Forming Adverbs Exercise 5