Adjective Questions 51 - 100 Answers


 

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[51]  A. excellent  
[52]  B. great
[53]  A. less
[54]  A. natural  
[55]  A. next  
[56]  B. worst  
[57]  A. violent
[58]  A. terrible
[59]  B. quick  
[60]  A. loud
[61]  A. high
[62]  A. lovely
[63]  B. good
[64]  B. hard
[65]  B. lonely
[66]  B. different
[67]  A. cheap
[68]  B. wonderful
[69]  A. awful
[70]  B. quiet  
[71]  A. fast
[72]  B. happy  
[73]  A. busy
[74]  B. hungry  
[75]  A. strange
[76]  A. likely
[77]  A. fast
[78]  B. good
[79]  A. guilty
[80]  A. calm
[81]  B. good
[82]  A. wide
[83]  A. pretty
[84]  B. deep
[85]  A. curly
[86]  C. smart
[87]  C. urgent
[88]  C. relaxing
[89]  B. beautiful
[90]  C. old
[91]  A. slippery
[92]  A. fast
[93]  C. warm
[94]  C. fresh
[95]  A. more
[96]  B. more
[97]  A. bad
[98]  A. great
[99]  B. correct
[100]  A. personal
[101] A. easy

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References
https://www.english-grammar.at/worksheets/adjective_adverb/ad7.pdf   03/10/2020
https://downloads.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/english/en25adje/quiz/en25adje-e3-quiz.pdf 03/10/2020

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