Can You Pick The Adverb In The Sentence?

You may consider yourself to be a true grammar savant but are you really? Do yo u think that you can pick the adverb in the sentence? Let's find out!
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Question 1/12

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Identify the adverb: Mary accidentally spilled coffee on herself.
Spilled
Herself
Accidentally
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Identify the adverb: Mike nervously paced the hallway.
Paced
Nervously
Hallway
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Identify the adverb: Joe foolishly chased the wrong women.
Foolishly
Chased
Women
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Identify the adverb: The object mysteriously disappeared into the woods.
Disappeared
Mysteriously
Woods
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Identify the adverb: The child merrily skipped along the path.
Skipped
Path
Merrily
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Identify the adverb: Maria was hopelessly devoted to Mike.
Maria
Was
Hopelessly
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Question 7/12

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Identify the adverb: The woman solemnly vowed to never lie again.
Vowed
Solemnly
Lie
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Identify the adverb: The dog obediently waited for its owner to come back.
Come
Owner
Obediently
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Identify the adverb: The taxi cab raced wildly through the city streets.
Raced
Widly
City
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Question 10/12

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Identify the adverb: The man politely apologized for his antics.
Apologized
Antics
Politely
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Question 11/12

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Identify the adverb: I often scoff at the antics of others.
Scoff
Antics
Often
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Question 12/12

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Identify the adverb: I hastily left the building, leaving behind all of my things.
Leaving
Hastily
Building
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you are sadly a bit adverb adverse! While you may have a solid understanding of grammar and the English language, adverbs have always been a bit confusing for you. Fret not, with a little time and studying, you can be an adverb ace in no time!

C+, Adverb Adverse

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What’s a proper reward for knowing your adverbs the way only an English teacher can? We’d like to say a million dollars, but what you really get is our praise and awe! You deserve all the accolades in the world for your grammar prowess.

B+, Adverb Aficinado

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are adverb amazing! Your command of adverbs and the English language is beyond impressive. We suspect that you might really be an English teacher or literary savant in disguise. Fess up! We wouldn’t be surprised in the slightest.

A+, Adverb Amazing

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1
Identify the adverb: Mary accidentally spilled coffee on herself.
Spilled
Herself
Accidentally
2
Identify the adverb: Mike nervously paced the hallway.
Paced
Nervously
Hallway
3
Identify the adverb: Joe foolishly chased the wrong women.
Foolishly
Chased
Women
4
Identify the adverb: The object mysteriously disappeared into the woods.
Disappeared
Mysteriously
Woods
5
Identify the adverb: The child merrily skipped along the path.
Skipped
Path
Merrily
6
Identify the adverb: Maria was hopelessly devoted to Mike.
Maria
Was
Hopelessly
7
Identify the adverb: The woman solemnly vowed to never lie again.
Vowed
Solemnly
Lie
8
Identify the adverb: The dog obediently waited for its owner to come back.
Come
Owner
Obediently
9
Identify the adverb: The taxi cab raced wildly through the city streets.
Raced
Widly
City
10
Identify the adverb: The man politely apologized for his antics.
Apologized
Antics
Politely
11
Identify the adverb: I often scoff at the antics of others.
Scoff
Antics
Often
12
Identify the adverb: I hastily left the building, leaving behind all of my things.
Leaving
Hastily
Building