Adjective or Adverb – Exercise 4

Task No. 1140

Rewrite the word in CAPITALS in the correct adverb or adjective form to fit the sentence

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Adjectives & Adverbs Compared

Welcome to your Adjective or Adverb Exercise 4

1
I have been very (PATIENT) up to now.
Clue
PATIENT = adjective
2
The sky became (SURPRISING) (DARK) as the moon moved in front of the sun.
Clue
SURPRISINGLY = adverb, DARK = adjective
3
Jake took a  (SHORT) break after so many hours of work.
Clue
SHORT = adjective
4
Mr Smith will see you (SHORT)
Clue
SHORTLY = adverb
5
He would be a (PERFECT) match for my mother.
Clue
PERFECT = adjective
6
He (OBVIOUS) needed a long holiday.
Clue
OBVIOUSLY = adverb
7
John is (GOOD) known for his jokes.
Clue
GOOD has an irregular adverb form WELL
8
That jacket fits you (PERFECT).
Clue
PERFECTLY - adverb
9
The answer seems (OBVIOUS).
Clue
OBVIOUS = adjective
10
You are (BAD) hurt. Wait until I get a doctor.
Clue
BADLY = adverb