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Replace the adverb in the following sentence with their synonym.
The bride was enchantingly dressed.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 1
The adverb, 'enchantingly' means 'in a bewitching or captivating manner'. The adverb, 'fascinatingly' means 'in an interesting or captivating manner'. As the two words have a similar meaning, they are synonyms and option A is correct.
The adverb, 'brilliantly' means 'in a very impressive or skillful way'. The adverb, 'glitteringly' means 'in an impressive or successful way'. The adverb, 'distastefully' means 'in an unpleasant and disagreeable manner'.
As the three words, do not mean the same as 'in a bewitching or captivating manner', options B, C and D are correct.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 2
The adverb 'everywhere' modifies the verb 'followed'. It answers the question where the action of following was being done. Hence, Option B - Adverb of Place is correct.
Option A is incorrect because the adverb 'everywhere' doesn't tell us anything about the time when the action was being done.
Option C is incorrect because the adverb doesn't tell us anything about the manner in which the action was being done.
Option D is incorrect because it doesn't speak anything about the frequency of the action.
He was ______ relieved to know that he had been selected. (positive connotation)
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 3
The correct answer is Option D.
In the given sentence we are to identify the correct adverb of manner. The answer must correctly express the manner is which the subject was the sentence is relieved.
From the context of the given sentence, we can clearly understand that the correct adverb must be a positive adverb because 'relieved' is a positive emotion.
Options A and C are adverbs that are usually used to express incompleteness. Hence they do not comply with the sentence because there is no meaning of incompleteness expressed in the sentence.
Option B - QUICKLY, along with expressing the manner also expresses the speed of a verb. There is no meaning of speed expressed in the given sentence. Therefore Option B is the incorrect option.
Option D- CLEARLY best expresses the manner in which the subject of the sentence is relieved and thus it is the correct option.
The statue is more than enough beautiful to be sculpted by an average sculptor.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 4
The proper structure to construct a sentence using 'too' with an infinitive is:
too + adjective/adverb ... to + base form of the verb
In light of this concept, it can be seen that the sentence 'The statue is too beautiful to be sculpted by an average sculptor' follows the structure properly. The adverb 'too' needs to sit beside an adjective or an adverb to show the extent of its amount that is to appropriate the expression 'more than enough'. Hence, Option A is correct and the other options cancel out.
Choose the option that puts the adverb in the correct position in the sentence:
I have seen a giraffe never.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 7
'Never' is an adverb of frequency. The rule says that if a sentence has one verb, place the adverb of frequency in the middle of the sentence so that it is positioned after the subject but before the verb. 'I' is the subject and 'seen' is the verb in the sentence. Thus, option B is the correct answer per the rule.
Name the part of speech of the underlined word in the following sentence:
He is, therefore, unable to play any more games.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 8
An 'adverb' tells us the way someone does something, or in other words how a verb is performed by modifying the adjective, verb or other adverbs; while an adjective describes the verb itself. In this sentence, 'therefore' is providing the reasoning for the verb (is) and is also connecting the two halves of the sentence, and therefore is a conjunctional adverb. Thus, Option D) is correct.
Fill in the blank with the most suitable option:
He practised the symphony __________ so that his performance would be perfect on the evening of the show.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 9
The two adverbs joined by a conjunction such as 'over and over' are used when something is done frequently and repeatedly. In the given sentence, he wanted his performance to be perfect on the evening of the show. Thus, to indicate how much he practised to achieve perfection, 'over and over' is used.
In order to have a perfect performance he practised the symphony but did not move backwards and forwards or up and down. Nor, did he move over a large area. Hence, the adverb phrases, to and fro and far and wide i.e. options A and B are incorrect.
Option C will also be incorrect as now and then is used when something is done occasionally which is not the case here.
Therefore, the answer is option D.
Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate words.
Her condition improved ________. There was a ________ improvement in her condition.
Detailed Solution for Test: Type III (Adverbs) - Question 10
Adverb of manner is used to tell the way or how something is done. Adverbs of manner are usually placed after the main verb or after the object. 'Steady' is an adjective and adding 'ly' will modify it. The adjective is something which describes the noun. In the second sentence, 'steady' describes the 'improvement'. Thus, option D is the correct answer.
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