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Adverbien der Art und Weise
Adverbs of manner
Monny is always very careful. He is a careful driver.
He drives carefully.
Stufe 1: regelmäßige Formen
careful – carefully dangerous – dangerously
Stufe 2: Besonderheiten bei der Schreibung
angry – angrily terrible – terribly electronic – electronically
Stufe 3: Sonderformen
good – well fast – fast hard – hard
Jack is ______ at sports, but he doesnt sing ______. So hes ______ now. (2x good, nervous)
Gwen played ______, and now shes showing her prize ______. Shell be ______ one day. (brilliant, happy, famous)
Never practise alone! the coach shouted ______. Its very ______. (angry, dangerous)
Andrea trained very ______, but on the day of the race she didnt run very ______. (hard, fast)
Rick and Pat were very ______, but they made a ______ mistake. They lost a point for it, too. (careful, stupid)
Chess matches are usually ______, but today the players played ______, and the match finished after only nine minutes. (slow, quick)
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