Exercise on the Use of English Adverbs - English Grammar


Exercise on the Use of English Adverbs - English Grammar
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ADVERBS

INCORRECT
CORRECT
01. He scarcely seen us these days.
01. He rarekt seen us these days.
02. She was very kind enough to offer me this job.
02. She was so kind as to offer me this job.
She was kind enough to offer me this job.
03. She got out of the difficult situation anyhow.
03. She got out of the situation somehow.
04. To tell in brief we are not prepared to take up this job.
04. In Short, We are not prepared to take up this job.
05. I want to hear the story in details.
05. I want to hear the story in detail.
06. He travelled by a superfast train and reached Bombay soon.
06. He travelled by a superfast train and reached Bombay quickly.
07. He realises how much he has hurt you and is very much sorry.
07. He realises how much he has hurt you and is very sorry.
08. If she fails this time, she will be nowhere.
08. If she fails this time, she will be ruined.
09. She arrived yesterday in the night.
09. She arrived last night.
10. We came to this city before long.
10. We came to this city long ago.
11. Really speaking we have excellent teacher.
11. To speak the truth/As a matter of fact we have excellent teachers.
12. Hardly I have had any sleep since I moved to the city.
12. Hardly have I had any sleep since I moved to the city.
13. Never I have seen such suffering in my life.
13. Never have I seen such suffering in my life.
14. She swims much good than I.
14. She swims better than I.
15. What for do you keep giving him money?
15. Why do you keep giving him money?
What do you keep giving him money for?
16. She sings good.
16. She sings well.
17. This job is too satisfying.
17. This job is very satisfying.
18. Accept his challenge; don’t behave cowardly.
18. Accept his challenge; don’t behave in a cowardly manner.
19. They live miserly.
19.They live in a miserly way.
20. Just you had left when I came.
20. You had just left when I came.
21. It was good exhibition; I liked it on the whole.
21. It was good exhibition; I liked the whole of it.
22. The situation was very worse than we had expected.
22. The situation was much worse than we had expected.
23. They left the room by and by.
23. They left the room one by and one.
24. On seing his child safe he was very relieved.
24. On seeing his child safe he was much relieved.
25. Calcutta is a much large city and a much dirty one too.
25. Calcutta is a very large city and dirty one too.
26. The principal was very annoyed at her attitude.
26. The principal was much annoyed at her attitude.
27. We found ourselves in a much amusing situation.
27. We found ourselves in a very amusing situation.
28. He was very fast to be beaten.
28. He was too fast to be beaten.
29. In this situation you should go directly to the principal.
29. In this situation you should go direct to the principal.
30. He always behave most gentlemanly.
30. He always behave in a most gentlemanly manner.
31. Your decision may turn out to be much harmful than useful.
31. Your decision may turn out to be more harmful than useful.
32. You reached very hasty.
32. You reached very hastily.
33. Your language sounded harshly.
33. Your language sounded harsh.
34. Most likely the shops will remain closed tomorrow.
34. Most probably the shops will remain closed tomorrow.
35. The whole India is proud at his achievement.
35. The whole of India is proud at his achievement.
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