Decide whether to use the adjective or adverb:
1.'Have they arrived _______________ (safe)?' their mother asked _____________ (anxious).
2. 'How do you feel today?' 'I hope as ___________ (good) as you did yesterday.
3. When she heard that her husband had not been __________________ (serious) injured, she looked _______________ (relieved).
4. It may be true, but I find it _________________ (hard) to believe.
5. 'What's wrong with you? You look _______________'(unhappy).
6. Waiter, this fish smells ________________ (bad).
7. The thief looked ________________ (nervous) round the corner.
8. I was _____________ (deep) shocked to hear about your ________________ (terrible) accident.
9. This computer programme is ____________ (easy). You can __________ (easy) work with it.
10. Don't eat your food so _______________ (quick).
Read the text and choose either adjective or adverb as to the words in brackets:
In the early 1980s the secretary for Education asked 15 teachers from _______________ (1 different) parts
od Britain to watch TV __________________ (2 regular) for a few weeks. He wanted them to comment on the picture
of adult life that schoolchildren might get from TV, because some research had shown that young
people between five and fourteen spent an average of ________________ (3 rough) 23 hours a week watching TV - more
time than they spent in class.
The teachers watched a variety of programmes ________________ (4 general) shown after 5.45 pm, when most
children are at home from school, and before 10.30 pm. Then they discussed these programmes with their own pupils
and _________________ (5 final) they published their report Popular TV & Schoolchildren.