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  • 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)
  • I had a cheap fruit juice that tasted like tap water. (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 around the hill. (Adjective)
  • She went direct to the manager with the complaint. (Adverb)
  • We booked a room with a double bed to share among the three of us. (Adjective)
  • He was so drunk that he saw double and counted more people than there were. (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)
  • Her pet cat is fat, but her pet dog is even fatter. (Adverb)
  • It's not fair that I should get a slice of the pizza while he got two slices. (Adjective)
  • He believed if he played fair, he would lose so he cheated. (Adverb)