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Как сделать свидание интересным?
Choose the correct variant
A 1. The floor looks (clean, cleanly). 2. The plane landed (safe, safely) on the runway. 3. When the wind started to blow I grew (anxious, anxiously). 4. This list of names appears (complete, completely). No more names need to be added. 5. The crowd yelled (wild, wildly) when the team scored a goal. 6. The merchant looked (honest, honestly), but she wasn't. When I got home I discovered that she had cheated me. 7. Most of the students did (well, good) on their tests. 8. The contract offer sounded (fair, fairly) to me, so I accepted the job. 9. Jim felt (terrible/terribly) about forgetting his son's birthday. 10. A rose smells (good, well).11. As dawn approached, the sky became (light, lightly).
12. Bert spoke (confident, confidently) when he delivered his speech. 13.1 don't think this milk is spoiled. It tastes (fine, finely) to me. 14. Dogs make loving, trainable and (gentle, gently) pets. 15. Tina is always patient and speaks (sensitively, sensitive) when helping her friends with their problems. 16. When people are tired they walk (slow, slowly). 17. I listen to the radio a lot but I (hard, hardly) ever watch television. 18.1 tried (hard, hardly) to remember her name but 1 couldn't. 19. We (hard, hardly) know each other. 20. Kate is a (hard, hardly) worker. 21. She used to be a great musician, but she (hard, hardly) plays at all now.
B. Linda and Larry are at a restaurant.
Larry: You look (beautiful/beautifully) tonight, Linda.
Larry. This is a great restaurant! The food
tastes (good/well); and the band sounds (terrific/terrifically).
Larry: Yes. They really play (beautiful/beautifully), don't they? Hey, would you like to dance?
Larry: It feels (nice/nicely) to dance again. You know I haven't danced since our wedding.
Linda: Be careful! Those people are really dancing (bad/ badly).
Larry: You're right. They look (dangerous/dangerously).
Linda: Oh, my toe! Let's sit down.
Larry: Good idea. How about some coffee? The people next to us have just got coffee, and it smells (wonderful/ wonderfully).
Linda: That sounds (nice/nicely).
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