Vocab
Adjectives / Adverbs
Connecting Words
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100

The way you live
Lifestyle

100

What is the adverb form of fast (adjective)?
fast

100

A: Do you want to have lunch with me?

B: Yeah! I didn't have breakfast, ______ I'm very hungry.

so


100

Identify all the adjectives and adverbs:

He has a new pair of basket ball shoes. Now he can jump very high!
Adj: new

Adv: very, high

200

The natural world
Environment

200

Which one of the following is different from others?


often / lovely / happily / sadly

Lovely is not an adverb

200

Which of the following is not like the others?


Since / Due to / As a result / However

However: contrast (others - cause and effect)

200

The tourists were very _______. They took photos of people without asking!
rude

300

He finds the new job ________. He feels _______ all the time. (adjective forms of 'stress')
stressful / stressed

300

Is the following sentence correct? (correct)

If incorrect, correct the error.

Men wear traditionally tuxedo to a wedding.

Men traditionally wear tuxedo to a wedding.


(or: Traditionally, men wear tuxedo to a wedding.)

300

________ I don't really like spicy food, I am happy to try Indian food.


Although

300

She loves living in the city. She is totally a ___________.
city-dweller

400

An island is ________ by water.

surrounded

400

Which one of the following is not like the others?

a) hard / hardly

b) soft / softly

c) active / actively

d) environmental / environmentally

a) hard / hardly are false friends!

400

Is the following sentence correct? (correct) If incorrect, rewrite the error.

As a result of she was married, she did not give him her number.
Because she was married, she did not give him her number.

400

He just found $2000, and he hasn't bought anything in 3 years. He is going to ____ ___ __ ____!

shop 'til he drops

500

Birds _____ ___ fly to warmer parts of the world during winter.


(hint: to describe what usually happens / what someone often does)

tend to

500

Write in order of frequency:


Often / usually / seldom / always / rarely / never / sometimes

Always -> usually -> often -> sometimes -> seldom -> rarely -> never

500

Make a sentence with 'although' and 'because'

500

What is the difference between due to and because?


You can write example sentences with both to make your point.

Due to + noun phrase

Because + clause (subject and verb)