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Identifying Adjectives and Adverbs in Sentences

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They ran quickly to their seats. "Quickly" is an:
adverb
The people in the small town were friendly. "Friendly" is an:
adjective
The boat sailed peacefully down the river. "Peacefully" is an:
adverb
I like curly hair better than straight hair. "Curly" is an:
adjective
The soldiers fought bravely against the enemy. "Bravely" is an:
adverb
The sun was shining brightly in the deep blue sky. "Brightly" is an:
adverb
They visited their grandparents frequently in the summer. "Frequently" is an:
adverb
We walked cautiously down the side of the road. "Cautiously" is an:
adverb
The winter weather was chilly. "Chilly" is an:
adjective
The breeze blew gently through the tall trees. "Gently" is an:
adverb
The lake seems calm. CALM
adjective
He said he did well on the test. WELL
adverb
The salesperson always answers questions courteously. ALWAYS
adverb
She spoke loudly at the pep assembly. LOUDLY
adverb
The bell rang too loudly for this small room. SMALL
adjective
Overhead the stars twinkled brightly. OVERHEAD
adverb
That child seems very bright. BRIGHT
adjective