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From Adjective to Adverb

Make adverbs from these adjectives

awful-
bad-
beautiful-
careful-
clear-
complete-
dangerous-
easy-
happy-
honest-
nice-
normal-
perfect-
polite-
pretty-
sudden-
terrible-
fortunate-

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  • ToniStarks
    Second attempt, From Adjective to Adverb- 13/18. It would be nice if Grammar would reveal the correct answers in the end so I can see where I went wrong. I'm almost 99% sure that I selected the correct answer with no misspellings. 
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  • ToniStarks
    First try "From adjective to adverb", i did not do so well. 11/18
    LikeReply2 years ago

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