ESL Grammar

Irregular Adverbs

This ESL grammar exercise introduces students to some common irregular adverbs, and several sentences are presented that students must rewrite, correcting the errors.

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Irregular Adverbs (1)

 

Not all adverbs end in “-ly.” Here are some Irregular Adverbs that don’t end in –ly.

 

far (I can run very far.)

fast (I can run very fast.)

hard (John hit me very hard.)

high (The plane is flying very high.)

late (I finished late.)

long (I slept very long last night.)

low (The plane is flying very low.)

well (She can sing very well.)

*Don’t forget: good is an adjective, well is an adverb

 

Fix the mistakes in the following sentences:

 

1. My English teacher speaks too fastly, so I can’t understand him.

 

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2. Kate drives careful because she doesn’t want to have an accident.

 

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3. Brian came to school lately today.

 

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4. We ran very farly after school, so I am pretty tired.

 

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5. The teacher yelled angry at the bully.

 

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6. Chris and Danny can play baseball very good.

 

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7. You should speak more quiet when you go to the library.

 

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