Adverbien und adverbiale Bestimmungen (1)
Write in British English.
a. to criticize
a. to criticise
Change the adjectives in brackets into adverbs if necessary and complete the sentences.
- My car is _____________ (real) (old). Therefore, I drove quite _____________ (slow) to the meeting.
- My brother is a _____________ (good) sportsman. He plays tennis and squash very _____________ (good).
- Why do you always have to work so _____________ (hard)?
- My friend Sally is _____________ (extreme) (angry) with me because I forgot her birthday.
- I am not very _____________ (good) at maths. I think this maths question is _____________ (absolute) (impossible) to answer.
- Do you know that the weather is _____________ (terrible) today? It’s _____________ (awful) (cold).
- My car is really old. Therefore, I drove quite slowly to the meeting.
- My brother is a good sportsman. He plays tennis and squash very well.
- Why do you always have to work so hard?
- My friend Sally is extremely angry with me because I forgot her birthday.
- I am not very good at maths. I think this maths question is absolutely impossible to answer.
- Do you know that the weather is trerrible today? It’s awfully cold.
Put the adverbs in brackets into their correct position. Sometimes there is more than one possibility to place the adverbs.
- Tom and Jenny like to visit museums. (really)
- They meet friends. (at the museums – often)
- They went to the Museum of Natural Sciences. (last Saturday – in New York).
- They met two neighbours who are nice. (extremely – on that day).
- They go home after visiting a museum, but they went to a renovated restaurant. (perfectly – quickly – last Saturday – usually)
- Tom and Jenny really like to visit museums.
- They often meet friends at the museums. / At the museums, they often meet friends.
- They went to the Museum of Natural Sciences in New York last Saturday. / Last Saturday, they went to the Museum of Natural Sciences in New York.
- On that day, they met two neighbours who are extremely nice. / They met two neighbours who are extremely nice on that day.
- Usually, they go home quickly after visiting a museum, but last Saturday, they went to a perfectly renovated restaurant.
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Translate the sentences below.
- Sie war nervös, weil sie ihren Führerschein verloren hatte.
- Ich lerne Spanisch, damit ich mich mit meiner Freundin aus Argentinien besser unterhalten kann.
- Können Sie mir bitte sagen, wo das Büro des Direktors ist?
- Obwohl das Wetter fantastisch war, konnten sie ihren Urlaub nicht genießen.
- She was nervous because she had lost her driver’s license.
- I am learning Spanish so that I can talk to my friend from Argentina more easily.
- Could you please tell me where the director’s office is?
- Although the weather was fantastic, they could not enjoy their holiday.
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