Averbs Test
  • 1. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. Jim's mom shouted proudly.
A) shouted
B) mom
C) Jim's
D) proudly
  • 2. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. The police officer told the large man to come here.
A) The
B) police
C) here
D) told
  • 3. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. Teresa works on her postcard collection weekly.
A) collection
B) postcard
C) weekly
D) Teresa
  • 4. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. Jenny sleeps peacefully in her new bed.
A) in
B) new
C) peacefully
D) sleeps
  • 5. Which is an adverb of DEGREE?
A) extremely
B) happily
C) rapidly
D) slowly
  • 6. Which is an adverb of FREQUENCY?
A) a lot
B) far
C) easily
D) later
  • 7. Which is not a category of adverbs?
A) Manner
B) Degree
C) Frequency
D) Explanation
  • 8. Which is an adverb of DEGREE?
A) always
B) too
C) justly
D) nowhere
  • 9. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. The puppies play with each other happily.
A) happily
B) kittens
C) play
D) The
  • 10. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. The baby opened his eyes slowly.
A) his
B) baby
C) slowly
D) opened
  • 11. Which is an adverb of TIME?
A) gladly
B) now
C) somewhere
D) ocassionally
  • 12. In which sentence should the word nothing be used?
A) I never knew _______ about Louis Armstrong.
B) Her parents couldn't teach her ______.
C) Amy brought ___________ to school today for show-and-tell.
D) Amber didn't tell him _______ about the secret plan.
  • 13. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. The cat looks everywhere to find the mouse.
A) cat
B) the
C) look
D) everywhere
  • 14. Which is an adverb of FREQUENCY?
A) later
B) often
C) quickly
D) yesterday
  • 15. Which is an adverb of MANNER?
A) rather
B) kindly
C) away
D) extremely
  • 16. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. The big lions roared sometimes.
A) roared
B) lions
C) sometimes
D) big
  • 17. Choose the word in the sentence that is an adverb. Homer ran gladly to the corner store.
A) store
B) ran
C) corner
D) gladly
  • 18. Which is an adverb of PLACE?
A) now
B) anywhere
C) quite
D) tonight
  • 19. What is an adverb?
A) An adverb gives more information about the noun.
B) An adverb gives more information about the pronoun.
C) An adverb gives more information about the verb or adjective
D) An adverb gives more information about the punctuation in a sentence.
  • 20. Which word in the following sentence is an adverb? Sara plays the violin always.
A) Sara
B) violin
C) always
D) plays
  • 21. It tells us where something happens.
A) Adverbs of Degree
B) Adverbs of Time
C) Adverbs of Place
  • 22. Types of adverbs that explains how an action is carried out.
A) Adverbs of Degree
B) Adverbs of Manner
C) Adverbs of Frequency
  • 23. Adjectives is a word that describes the traits, qualifies or number of a noun.
A) Maybe
B) True
C) False
  • 24. Which is an adverb of PLACE?
A) slowly
B) late
C) highly
D) wherever
  • 25. Which is an adverb of TIME?
A) elsewhere
B) often
C) early
D) kindly
  • 26. Which is an adverb of Frequency?
A) gladly
B) sometimes
C) now
D) you
  • 27. The word severely is an example of Adverbs of Manner
A) Maybe
B) False
C) True
  • 28. Adverbs of Frequency is a word that used to express time or how often something occurs.
A) False
B) True
  • 29. I have to go now. The word NOW is an example of what type of adverb?
A) Adverb of Frequency
B) Adverb of Place
C) Adverb of Time
  • 30. The movie is quite interesting. The word QUITE is an example of what types of adverbs?
A) Adverb of Frequency
B) Adverb of Time
C) Adverb of Degree
  • 31. Classify the adverb: too
A) Manner
B) Degree
C) Frequency
D) Place
  • 32. Classify the adverb: occasionally
A) Frequency
B) Degree
C) Place
D) Manner
  • 33. Classify the adverb: kindly
A) Degree
B) Place
C) Manner
D) Frequency
  • 34. Classify the adverb: tomorrow
A) Frequency
B) Degree
C) Manner
D) Time
  • 35. Classify the adverb: just
A) Frequency
B) Degree
C) Time
D) Place
  • 36. Classify the adverb: later
A) Time
B) Manner
C) Degree
D) Frequency
  • 37. Classify the adverb: yesterday
A) Frequency
B) Manner
C) Time
D) Degree
  • 38. Classify the adverb: happily
A) Manner
B) Frequency
C) Place
D) Time
  • 39. Classify the adverb: violently
A) Frequency
B) Place
C) Manner
D) Time
  • 40. Classify the adverb: seldom
A) Frequency
B) Time
C) Degree
D) Manner
  • 41. Classify the adverb: far
A) Manner
B) Time
C) Frequency
D) Place
  • 42. Classify the adverb: here
A) Place
B) Time
C) Frequency
D) Manner
  • 43. Classify the adverb: tonight
A) Manner
B) Place
C) Frequency
D) Time
  • 44. Classify the adverb: rather
A) Degree
B) Manner
C) Frequency
D) Place
  • 45. How many adverbs are in the sentence?: I am super exited to go to the concert tonight.
A) 3
B) 1
C) 0
D) 2
  • 46. How many adverbs are in the sentence?: I love you crazy woman!
A) 1
B) 0
C) 3
D) 2
  • 47. How many adverbs are in the sentence?: Does anybody know if the boat is near?
A) 0
B) 3
C) 1
D) 2
  • 48. How many adverbs are in the sentence?: I absolutely know what will happen in the movie now!
A) 3
B) 2
C) 1
D) 0
  • 49. How many adverbs are in the sentence?: Hamas violently attacked a highly underprepared Israel yesterday.
A) 2
B) 3
C) 1
D) 0
  • 50. Adverbs must always be present in sentences.
A) False
B) True
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