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1 He’s a dangerous driver.
1 He drives dangerously. Home
2 She’s a careful worker.
2 She works carefully.
3 She’s a graceful dancer.
3 She dances gracefully.
4 They are good actors.
4 They act well.
5 They’re careless typists.
5 They type carelessly.
6 She’s a fast runner.
6 She runs fast.
7 She’s a beautiful singer.
7 She sings beautifully.
8 They are bad painters.
8 They paint badly.
9 She’s a hard worker.
9 She works hard.
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The Investigator Integers. It’s a Robbery!!! CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO Someone has cracked.
ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS examples adjective practice adverb practice FORMS -ly/-ily examples -ly/-ily examples -y/ irregular forms -y/ irregular forms practice.
Noun Adjective Verb Preposition Pronoun Adverb.
XO Who gets the square? XO XO XO XO XO XO XO XO Let’s start the game Click here to learn how to play. Click on a character.
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The Investigator Genetics Vocabulary. It’s a Robbery!!! CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS CRIME SCENE DO Someone.
P.Pouthier JOBS. Instructions Yellow questions are about abilities. What can he / she / they do ? Blue questions are about jobs. What’s his / her / their.
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SHOPPING PAINTING DRIVING READING COOKING SINGING.
Adjective PLAY or Adverb.
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