Adverb or Adjective?
The differences between adverbs and adjectives can be quite difficult to figure out at times, that is why we present you with this grammar challenge. Let's see if you can tell which word is an adverb and which is an adjective!
Tell Us: Adjective or Adverb?
You see, some of them are using an adjective and some an adverb, but for the life of us we can't tell which is which! Mind helping us out? Does this sentence use an adjective or an adverb? Adjective Adverb Does this sentence use an adjective or an adverb?
How's Your English Grammar?
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Is Your Grammar Correct?
Adjective Adverb Pronoun Preposition Complete the sentence correctly. I studied more. I had studied more. I study more. I had study more. Answer the question. Object and Verb Subject and Verb Subject and Object Subject, Verb and Object Pick the correct pair.
Do You Know Enough English For This Quiz?
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Try BabaMail’s Naughty or Nice Grammar Test
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Do You Get These Confusing Words Mixed Up?
It's an adverb. All together is a phrase, meaning in a group. Select the correct spelling. Traffic which isn't moving is stationary. Stationery is what you keep in your pencil case.
A Tom Swifty Punning Test!
To those of you unfamiliar with the concept of a Tom Swifty, it is a pun composed of a quote and a sentence with an adverb, a verb or sometimes a noun related to the quote in an amusing way, often playing with multiple meanings. For example: '"I need to sharpen my pencil." said Tom bluntly.'