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GrammarQuiz: Adverbs Level II

Write the adverbs in the left column and the verb/adverb/adjective they modify in the right column.

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1. Increasingly, man has invaded the wilderness. Answer key – click HERE.

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2. On the Arctic coast, the temperature rises rapidly in summer. Answer key – click HERE.

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3. In Antarctica, the soil never thaws because there is not enough heat. Answer key – click HERE.

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4. How far have we walked along the creak bed? Answer key – click HERE.

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5. I spotted the lively ground squirrel rather easily. Answer key – click HERE.

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6. Musk oxen usually inhabit the tundra for the whole year. Answer key – click HERE.

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7. Musk oxen are related closely to goats. Answer key – click HERE.

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8. He waited  for the seriously wounded deer to come out of the bush. Answer key – click HERE.

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9. The badly wounded deer was limping noticeably. Answer key – click HERE.

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10. As they attack the herd, predators always face the fiercely dangerous bulls. Answer key – click HERE.

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11. Bull musk oxen charge at each other with great speed and often are injured . Answer key – click HERE.

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12. Seldom will you see a bull moose act cowardly. Answer key – click HERE.

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13. Wild animals work hard to protect themselves from potentially dangerous predators. Answer key – click HERE.

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14. Hopelessly inefficient old traps always injure and maim trapped animals. Answer key – click HERE.

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15. John very often tries to release trapped animals. Answer key – click HERE.

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16. When were seals placed on the endangered species list? Answer key – click HERE.

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17. How many animals are on the seriously endangered list? Answer key – click HERE.

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18. The price we pay when animals become extinct is too high. Answer key – click HERE.

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19. It was not known if the moose was wounded critically. Answer key – click HERE.

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20. Potentially, it is dangerous to investigate a badly injured moose. Answer key – click HERE.

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