Test yourself—Adjective/Adverb Aptitude

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Test yourself—Adjective/Adverb Aptitude

  1. You shouldn’t feel (bad/badly) because you missed the submission deadline; so did many others, and as a result the cookbook schedule has been rejigged.

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  2. I like both your charcoal sketches, but I prefer the one of the sasquatch because it’s the (most/more) lifelike.

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  3. Septima is one of the (more/most) outrageous performance artists New York has ever seen.

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  4. The deadly rat poison did not kill Hugo, but he felt (strange/strangely) for nearly a week after swallowing it with his cocoa.

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  5. Allan and Craig are both bright, well spoken and handsome, but Allan is by far the (best/better) dressed.

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  6. The panel of deejays has unanimously chosen the Tragically Hip as the most (unique/creative) Canadian rock band.

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