8th Class English Adverbs Question Bank

done Adverbs

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) Usually

    B) Singularly

    C) Enormously

    D) Fortunately

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) deliberately

    B) deftly

    C) Evenly

    D) slowly

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  • question_answer3)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) eagerly

    B) blindly

    C) Carefully

    D) anxiously

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  • question_answer4)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) frantically

    B) ominously

    C) Tremendously

    D) mortally

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  • question_answer5)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) wildly

    B) terrifically

    C) Unceasingly

    D) steadily

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  • question_answer6)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was raining cats and dogs. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\]. we were in a car and my uncle had the situation under control. We passed \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] by an oil-palm estate. My uncle drove very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]. He had all the lights on. Overhead, black clouds hovered\[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\]. Lightning streaked across the sky and onto the distant hills. The ensuing thunder rumbled \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]. Some flashes of lightning came \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\]close and the resulting thunderclap was deafening, even with all our windows up.

    A) hopelessly

    B) uncomfortably

    C) Mysteriously

    D) perfectly

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  • question_answer7)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) very

    B) more

    C) Too

    D) quite

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  • question_answer8)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) most

    B) so

    C) Too

    D) very

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  • question_answer9)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) very

    B) so

    C) More

    D) too

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  • question_answer10)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) most

    B) quite

    C) Too

    D) very

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  • question_answer11)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) very

    B) more

    C) Too

    D) so

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  • question_answer12)

    Read the passages given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    It was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] cold to go outside but we played outside. I was ill \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\] I had to stay in bed. The doctor examined me \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\]carefully. He prescribed me the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] bitter medicine during my illness, I was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] irritated but mom was \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] patient to get angry at me.

    A) very

    B) more

    C) Too

    D) quite

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  • question_answer13)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    We ____ eat out in the evenings.

    A) Almost

    B) still

    C) Ever

    D) sometimes

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  • question_answer14)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    She had ____ finished doing all the house work when I went to see her

    A) Still

    B) almost

    C) Sometimes

    D) ever

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  • question_answer15)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    Why does Sony ____ come late for school?

    A) Never

    B) rarely

    C) Always

    D)

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  • question_answer16)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    It was ____ very early when he arrived at the cinema.

    A) Quite

    B) too

    C) So

    D) still

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  • question_answer17)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    Have you ____ thought about going on a round-the- world trip?

    A) Still

    B) almost

    C) Sometimes

    D) ever

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  • question_answer18)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    They have ____ told him that he should not bully his younger brother. He doesn't listen.

    A) Seldom

    B) forever

    C) Repeatedly

    D) rarely

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  • question_answer19)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    Simon is kind-hearted. He always helps the poor.

    A) adverb

    B) Adverb, comparative

    C) Adjective, positive

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer20)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    Employees of the airline can travel free on some flights.

    A) adverb

    B) Adverb, comparative

    C) Adjective, positive

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer21)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    The receptionist gave me a friendly smile.

    A) adverb, positive

    B) Adverb, comparative

    C) adjective

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer22)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    I had very little time to spare. I nearly missed the bus.

    A) adverb, positive

    B) Adverb

    C) Adjective, positive

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer23)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    I can't ask Karthic to lend me money. I hardly know him.

    A) adverb, positive

    B) Adverb

    C) Adjective, positive

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer24)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    We all laughed. The story was highly amusing.

    A) adverb

    B) adverb, comparative

    C) adjective

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer25)

    Select the choice which states whether the underlined words in the sentences are an adjective or an adverb and which also gives correctly the degree of comparison.
    Does the store stay open late?

    A) adverb, positive

    B) Adverb, comparative

    C) Adjective, positive

    D) Adjective, comparative

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  • question_answer26)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    I have bought a car and a bike ____.

    A) Even

    B) too

    C) Almost

    D) repeatedly

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  • question_answer27)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    They lost ____ their security.

    A) Even

    B) ever since

    C) Too

    D) rather

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  • question_answer28)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    The train has ____ started.

    A) Lately

    B) just

    C) Rather

    D) too

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  • question_answer29)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    He can speak English ____ well.

    A) Fairly

    B) rather

    C) Even

    D) nothing

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  • question_answer30)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    There is ____ like that in this shop.

    A) Non

    B) no

    C) Not

    D) nothing

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  • question_answer31)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    The day is ____ hot.

    A) Fairly

    B) rather

    C) Even

    D) yet

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  • question_answer32)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    I have seen Mumbai ____ also.

    A) Already

    B) before

    C) so far

    D) too

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  • question_answer33)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    They ____ need my help.

    A) Still

    B) lately

    C) yet

    D) already

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  • question_answer34)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    There is ____ I can do to help you.

    A) A little

    B) little

    C) too

    D) yet

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  • question_answer35)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options (adverbs).
    She had injured her knee six years ago but she has been feeling pain in it ____.

    A) Since

    B) too

    C) ever since

    D) even

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