• This is an airmail letter from my pen pal in Timbuctoo. (Adjective) 
  • She sent it airmail and I’m still waiting for it. (Adverb)
  • She had a dream that she was left all alone in a cave with the bats last night. (Adjective)
  • She raised twenty puppies alone. (Adverb)
  • For a change, we took seats in the back row in the church. (Adjective)
  • I had to walk back home for the wallet I had left behind. (Adverb)
  • He seemed to think there’s no better way of getting money than stealing it. (Adjective)
  • You cannot possibly speak better with your mouth full of crisps. (Adverb)
  • The food was awful in that cheap restaurant. (Adjective)
  • These imported lollipops don’t come cheap. (Adverb)
  • Your grandmother and my grandfather are close in age. (Adjective)
  • Someone parked his truck so close in front of my car. (Adverb)
  • The drunken driver drove his car into a deep ravine. (Adjective)
  • They walked deep into the cave in search of treasure. (Adverb)
  • There was no direct route to the cove, so we went round the hill. (Adjective)
  • She went direct to the manager with the complaint. (Adverb)
  • We booked a room with a double bed for the three of us. (Adjective)
  • You need to fold the paper double so that it is in two layers to make a double-storey house. (Adverb)
  • Poor diet can lead to early death. (Adjective)
  • We arrived early but the queue had already stretched for more than a mile. (Adverb)
  • The losing team complained the field was not even. (Adjective)
  • Not only did he kill her, he even stole her car. (Adverb)
  • We bought more duck eggs at the fair price. (Adjective)
  • He believed if he played fair, he would lose so he cheated. (Adverb)
  • A flock of pigeons is cooing at the far end of the field. (Adjective)
  • Some tourists got lost after wandering so far out in the country. (Adverb)
  • My big aunt is a fast eater, a lot faster than me. (Adjective)
  • I acted fast in shouting "fire" and everyone dashed for the exit. (Adverb)
  • Last night, she saw a ghost for the first time in her life. (Adjective)
  • It seemed you had to talk to the father first before you could talk to the daughter. (Adverb)