grammar - 43. Adjectives and adverbs Choose the adjective...

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43. Adjectives and adverbs Choose the adjective or the adverb to complete each sentence correctly. 1. A blowout, or a flat tire that occurs ____ while you are driving, can be frightening. suddenly sudden 2. Blowouts happen less ____ than they used to. frequent frequently 3. Your ____ reaction to a blowout is very important. immediate immediately 4. A quick reaction can make the difference between stopping ____ and losing control of the car. safely safe 5. Most people slam on the brakes after a blowout, which is a ____ dangerous thing to do. really real 6. Instead, experts suggest that you ____ release pressure on the accelerator. gradual gradually
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7. If you have both hands on the wheel, you will be able to correct the car's ____ tendency to veer to one side after a blowout. strongly strong 8. If you are ____, you will find a safe place to pull over. patiently patient 9. It is better to ride for a while on a flat tire than to worry ____ about damaging the tire or the wheel. unnecessary unnecessarily 10. A ____ tragic accident may be avoided by planning properly for a blowout. true truly 44. Good vs. well Fill in the blank with the correct form-- good or well --in the following sentences. 1. It seems that some people always do ____ on tests. well good
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2. Others, though, don't have the same ____ luck. well good 3. Actually, those students who are ____ at taking tests generally don't rely on luck. well good 4. The people who score ____ on tests are usually those who have prepared for them properly. good well 5. ____ skills for studying are easily learned, and they work in most high-pressure situations. Well Good 6. Many students can improve their memory simply by eating and sleeping ____. well good 7. If you don't feel ____, it is difficult to concentrate and retain information. well good
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8. If you listen ____ and take careful notes from the start, you will probably need to study less later on. good well 9. It is a ____ idea to join a study group and to let other students quiz you before the test. well good 10. A positive attitude and a thorough study plan are two ways to make sure your test scores are ____. well good 46. Comparative and superlative . . . In each of the following sentences, fill in the blank with the correct comparative or superlative form of good , well , bad , or badly . 1. Most parents wish their children would eat ____ than they do. better best 2. Many children like sweets ____ than they like nutritious food. better best
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3. They don't know that a diet full of sweets is ____ for their health than a well-balanced diet. worst worse 4. The children who are the ____ eaters of all were not always born that way. better best 5. Parents who are the healthiest eaters themselves are the ____ examples for children. best
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grammar - 43. Adjectives and adverbs Choose the adjective...

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