Place the adverb in bracket in the correct position in the sentence. Click to check your answers.

Example. We walked to get there on time. (quickly)

We walked quickly to get there on time.

1. She always reaches school at half past seven. (punctually)

1. She always reaches school punctually at half past seven.

2. He picked up the jug and some water spilled out. (carelessly)

2. He picked up the jug carelessly and some water spilled out.

3. He picked up the wrong bag. (carelessly)

3. He carelessly picked up the wrong bag.

4. The car stopped outside our house. (abruptly)

4. The car stopped abruptly outside our house.

5. He arrived home. (unexpectedly)

5. He arrived home unexpectedly.

6. She stared at it. (as if she had never seen a snake before)

6. She stared at it as if she had never seen a snake before.

7. He pulled the rope. (with all his strength)

7. He pulled the rope with all his strength.

8. He told us that we should not speak. (angrily)

8. He told us angrily that we should not speak.

9. He did his work so he had to do it again. (badly)

9. He did his work badly so he had to do it again.

10. He asked whether I could lend him some money. (hopefully)

10. He asked hopefully whether I could lend him some money.

11. She opened the parcel. (most carefully)

11. She opened the parcel most carefully.

12. I arranged all the stamps. (in their right order)

12. I arranged all the stamps in their right order.

13. She looked at the letter. (thoughtfully)

13. She looked thoughtfully at the letter.

14. That boy has been behaving recently. (in a strange way)

14. That boy has been behaving in a strange way recently.

15. Tom waited for the train to arrive. (impatiently)

15. Tom waited impatiently for the train to arrive.

16. His father likes to go for a walk in the evening. (often)

16. His father often likes to go for a walk in the evening.

17. He has finished the job you gave him. (just)

17. He has just finished the job you gave him.

18. She goes to that shop. (seldom)

18. She seldom goes to that shop.

19. I am sure there is something wrong with it. (quite)

19. I am quite sure there is something wrong with it.

20. She prefers tea to coffee. (usually)

20. She usually prefers tea to coffee.