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An adverb describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Add ly to the word in ( ) to form an adverb that tells how.

Martha eats the berries


---------------. (quick)

Pete waited.................
(patient) for the fish to
bite.

She...................
(gentle) held the sign.

She waved her


flag................... (wild)

Paulo drove (slow) on


the highway.

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She thought................
(dreaming) of her
prince charming.

The box (complete) hid


Jenna from sight.

They are listening........


(intent) to the story.

He bite...................
(sharp) into the apple.

Anna............ (careful)
poured the hot tea.

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She stood..................
(quiet) holding her gift.

Vicky ...................
(glad) practiced her
moves.

I dont know, said the


detective............ (short)

Carlo............... (tight)
gripped the broom.

She (deep) dug a large


hole in the yard.

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She stopped.................
(sudden) and shot her
arrow.

She...................
(skilful) vacuumed the
room.

She cared..............
(dear) for her mother.

He plays ...................
(extreme) well.

She.................. (rapid)
delivered pizzas.

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She............. (willing)
sang for her audience.

He.................. (hard)
noticed when the
movie ended.

He walked the
plank.............. (ginger).

She smiles ...................


(sweet) at the camera.

Ce Ce ...................
(swift) dusted the
furniture.

1. quickly
2. patiently
3. gently
4. wildly
5. slowly
6. dreamingly
7. completely
8. intently
9. sharply
10. carefully
11. quietly
12. gladly
13. shortly
14. tightly
15. deeply
16. suddenly
17. skilfully
18. dearly
19. extremely
20. rapidly
21. willingly
22. hardly
23. gingerly
24. sweetly
25. swiftly