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Adverbs Quiz

This online adverbs quiz will test your understanding of the Adverbs pages.

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1. My grandfather walks extremely slowly. The adverb "extremely" modifies
a) verb b) adverb c) noun
2. Your roommate drives quite fast, doesn't she? The adverb "quite" modifies
a) verb b) adjective c) adverb
3. We rarely go to the movies on the weekends. The adverb "rarely" modifies
a) adverb b) pronoun c) verb
4. Our house is practically on the highway. The adverb "practically" modifies
a) sentence b) prepositional phrase c) verb
5. Obviously, I could be wrong. The adverb "obviously" modifies
a) verb b) pronoun c) clause
6. My niece reads well for a five-year old. The word "well" is
a) adjective b) adverb c) verb
7. Your friend Robert drives a fast car. The word "fast" is
a) pronoun b) adverb c) adjective
8. I never buy fruit at the grocery store. The word "never" is
a) preposition b) adverb c) adjective
9. That's a lovely painting. The word "lovely" is
a) adverb b) adjective c) verb
10. Sometimes I feel very lonely. The word "lonely" is
a) adjective b) adverb c) conjunction