Lesson Worksheet: Adverbs and Adjectives English

In this worksheet, we will practise using adverbs and adjectives to talk about films and other forms of entertainment.

Q1:

Read the example below.

Who is the cheerful girl over there slowly eating delicious popcorn?

Which part of speech is the underlined word?

  • AVerb
  • BNoun
  • CAdverb
  • DPronoun
  • EAdjective

Which word is the underlined word modifying?

  • APopcorn
  • BThere
  • CEating
  • DSlowly
  • EGirl

Which part of speech is the modified word?

  • AAdjective
  • BPronoun
  • CVerb
  • DAdverb
  • ENoun

Q2:

Read the example below.

Was this building made using environmentally friendly materials?

Which part of speech is the underlined phrase?

  • AVerb
  • BAdjective
  • CPronoun
  • DAdverb
  • ENoun

Which word or phrase is the underlined phrase modifying?

  • AMade
  • BUsing
  • CWas made
  • DThis building
  • EMaterials

Which part of speech is the modified word or phrase?

  • APronoun
  • BVerb
  • CAdjective
  • DAdverb
  • ENoun

Q3:

Which of the following examples contains an adjective that is modifying a pronoun?

  • AThe horror film will be released to international acclaim this week.
  • BShe is extremely brave watching horror films on her own.
  • CShe prefers horror films to any other kind of film.
  • DHe was watching a horror film last night until 11 pm.
  • EThe frightening new horror film is released this weekend.

Q4:

Which of the following examples contains an adjective that is modifying a noun?

  • AThe comedian who I saw on TV last night was very funny.
  • BThe Martians were ferociously hunting the humans to extinction.
  • CThe musician was playing his instrument really skilfully.
  • DHe had been running home very quickly before he was stopped by his friends.
  • EThe cage was locked extremely tightly by the magician.

Q5:

Which of the following examples contains an adverb that is modifying a verb?

  • AThis film has been highly recommended by film critics.
  • BShe appears a bit sleepy, doesn’t she?
  • CThis popcorn is incredibly sweet, so I’m going to get some salty popcorn.
  • DThis film is extremely stupid, but I enjoyed it.
  • EThe director is quite famous now, I believe.

Q6:

Which of the following examples contains an adverb that is modifying an adjective?

  • AThe windmill is turning extremely slowly.
  • BI am feeling incredibly tired today.
  • CI don’t know how I survived this year; it has been an awful one!
  • DWhich version of the film do you prefer watching?
  • EMy friend was upset with me because I didn’t really enjoy the film we watched.

Q7:

Fill in the blank: It smells in here. Why didn’t you empty the bin last night?

  • Apowerful
  • Bawfully
  • Cbadly
  • Dterribly
  • Eawful

Q8:

Fill in the blank: With its thin atmosphere, the planet Mars has always been for potential forms of life.

  • Aincredibly enjoyable
  • Bincredibly hostile
  • Cincredibly hostility
  • Dincredibly friendly
  • Eincredible hostile

Q9:

Fill in the blank: It’s a cartoon that is loved by millions of children around the world.

  • Asurprisingly
  • Bhilariously
  • Ccheerfully
  • Dfunnily
  • Ehilarious

Q10:

Fill in the blank: He found it how much Mona liked horror films. She clearly wasn’t afraid of anything!

  • Aextremely surprisingly
  • Bwell surprising
  • Cextremely surprising
  • Dextremely and surprisingly
  • Ean extremely surprise

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