Adjective Questions 51 - 100

 


[51] My wife has prepared an __________ lunch. 
A. excellent
B. excellently 
[52] I told my wife that the dinner tasted _______. 
A. greatly 
B. great
[53] My mother has ______ money to pay for my school fees. 
A. less
B. little 
[54] He spoke in his _______ voice.
A. natural
B. naturally 
[55] The ______ Station is two miles away.
A. next
B. nearly 
[56] John is the _______ student in the class. 
A. bad 
B. worst  
[57] The buffaloes become _______ when they are injured. 
A. violent
B. violently 
[58] You look ________ . Are you all right, my friend?
A. terrible
B. terribly 
[59] Jackson is a very ________________ learner.
A. speedy 
B. quick  
[60] Don’t talk so _____________ .
A. loud  
B. loudly 
[61] Temperatures are going to be very _____ today.
A. high
B. highly 
[62] We had a ________________ time at the party.
A. lovely  
B. loving 
[63] She is a ________________ cook.
A. well 
B. good
[64] John is a _______ worker. 
A. harder 
B. hard  
[65] She always says that she is a very ________________ woman.
A. alone
B. lonely
[66] The participants of the seminar come from ________________ parts of the world.
A. differently 
B. different
[67] They sell ________________ clothes in the department store.
A. cheap
B. cheaper 
[68] The Hotel's service was ___________ but its workers are awful. 
A. wonderfully 
B. wonderful
[69] I have an ________________ headache, so could you please be quiet? 
A. awful
B. awfully 
[70] I don't want to be distracted. Can you please be ______? 
A. quietly 
B. quiet  
[71] Ngolo ran as ______ as she could but she didn't win the race.
A. fast
B. latest
[72] The MPs seemed ________________ when the bill was passed. 
A. happily 
B. happy  
[73] I was _____ amending the broken window. 
A. busy  
B. busily 
[74] I am tired and ___________ . 
A. hungrily 
B. hungry  
[75] I had a ________________ dream last night.
A. strange
B. strangely 
[76] It isn’t very ________________ that ghosts exist in our lives. 
A. likely
B. like 
[77] After hitting the cow, the driver drove as ______ as he could to run away. 
A. fast
B. safe 
[78] He is a very _______ football player. 
A. well 
B. good  
[79] He felt ______ because he knew what he had done.
A. guilty
B. guilt 
[80] Stay ________. Everything will be fine. 
A. calm
B. calmly 
[81] Steven Kanumba was a pretty _______ Bongo Movie actor.
A. well 
B. good  
[82] The arrow flew _____ of the target.
A. wide
B. widely
[83] Nandy is a ______ good singer.
A. pretty
B. prettily
[84] They had to dig _____ into the ground to find some water.
A. deeply
B. deep
[85] Her hair is long and _________.
A. curly
B. slim
C. curling
[86] Amina's husband is very ________.
A. relaxing
B. urgent
C. smart
[87] Please send this letter to Mr. William. It's ________.
A. fresh
B. needed
C. urgent
[88] I like _________ holidays.
A. straight
B. loving
C. relaxing
[89] He has fallen in love with a _________ woman.
A. handsome
B. beautiful
C. beautifully
[90] I've lost my new glasses, so I've to wear my ________ ones.
A. past.
B. aged
C. old
[91] Passengers told the driver to be careful because the road was ______ after the rain.
A. slippery
B. bent
C. winding
[92] That bright red sports car is very _______.
A. fast
B. runny
C. speedy
[93] The weather is going to be ______ today.
A. warmed
B. warming
C. warm
[94] The food Madina Restaurant is always _________.
A. fresher
B. smart
C. fresh
[95] Expensive hotels are _______ comfortable.
A. more
B. most
[96] This museum has the ________ valuable painting in its collection.
A. most
B. more
[97] I feel _____.
A. bad
B. badly
[98] You look ______ today.
A. great
B. greatly
[99] The answer sounded _________.
A. correctly
B. correct
[100] Don’t take this _________.
A. personal
B. personally

C. personnel
[101] The exam was not as ______ as he thought.
A. easy
B. easily

See also:

Adjective Questions 1 – 50

Adjective Answers 1 - 50

Adjective Questions 51 – 100

Vocabulary Questions 1 - 50

Vocabulary Answers 1 - 50

Vocabulary Questions 51 - 100

Vocabulary Answers 51 - 100

 English Grammar questions

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1-50 General Concessions Questions

1-50 General Sentence Structure Questions

1-50 General Tense Questions

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