|ADVERB or ADJECTIVE?|
|Underline the correct word
1. It rained very heavy / heavily during the night.
2. We were all shocked by our boss's sudden / suddenly resignation.
3. Please drive careful / carefully. The roads may be icy.
4. I couldn't come to the party as I wasn't very good / well.
5. Gisele's English is very good / well. She speaks German good / well too.
6. The coach was furious. He had never seen his team play so bad / badly.
7. I'm going to put on a sweater. It's getting cold /coldly.
1. Did you stay up late / lately? You look very sleepy / sleepily.
2. The pupils have been studying hard / hardly for their summer exams.
3. What's the matter with Paul? He seems angry / angrily.
4. We real / really enjoyed the play. It was a very clever / cleverly script.
5. The interview was surprising / surprisingly long and the interviewee was amazing / amazingly open.
6. Patrick was fined heavy / heavily for driving too fast / fastly down the motorway.
7. Although the exam was tough, hard / hardly anyone failed.
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