Vul de juiste vorm in van de woorden tussen haakjes.
She sings (beautiful)__________.
The children are playing (happy) __________.
My dad always drives too (fast) in his car__________.
You play the piano (good) __________.
He was shouting (terrible) __________.
She can play the drums (wonderful) __________.
2. Cross out ◊◊
Cross out what’s wrong
Lees het onderstaande dagboekfragment en streep door wat fout is.
Yipee, I did it! I, Nigella Harriot, have won this year’s BBC Junior Master Chef competition. I’ve always known I’m a wonderful / wonderfully chef. The dishes I make are simply delicious / deliciously. The other two contestants prepared their dishes good / well too. But mine were simply the best. For starters I served a nice / nicely tomato soup with fresh basil and crispy / crispyly / crispily oregano croutons. I cut them beautiful / beautifully in the shape of little stars. I didn’t really have much time for the main course, so I made a basic / basicly / basically but very refined meal. It was a gorgonzola lasagna with carrots and herbs. I worked very careful / carefully for half an hour and then put it in the oven. With my lasagna in the oven, I took my time to make a tasty / tastily desert: a chocolate, banana, vanilla and hazelnut milkshake. Then my time was almost up, so I quick / quickly set the table. The jury members tasted all the dishes by taking one bite from each course and decided I was the winner. My prize is a two-week cooking holiday in Paris with one of the best chefs in the world. Isn’t that fantastic / fantastically?
3. Cross out ◊◊
Cross out what’s wrong
Streep de foute vorm van de woorden tussen haakjes door en zet de juiste vorm in de briefkaart. Kies steeds uit het bijvoeglijke naamwoord en het bijwoord.
Just a few words from  (beautiful / beautifully) Scotland. It’s a  (fantastic / fantastically) country, but I’m constantly cold ! We’ve seen a lot of  (wonderful / wonderfully) things and everything is going  (good / well). Yesterday we went to a  (noisy / noisily) party – all the men wore  (colourful / colourfully) skirts! They looked  (awful / awfully). My aunt is a  (good/well) cook, but yesterday I had to eat a  (horrible / horribly) dish – it’s called haggis and you don’t want to know what’s in it! Dancing was  (nice / nicely), though. I have a lot of  (interesting / interestingly) cousins and they all dance  (fantastic / fantastically). So, you see – I’m having a  (terrific / terrifically) time! Despite the fact that it is raining  (heavy / heavily) at the moment.
4. Fill in ◊◊◊
Fill in the correct forms
>Why are you laughing so __________ (loud).
__________ (funny) story.
>Let’s hear it then. I always like a __________ (good) story.
__________ (childish), don’t you?
>Yes, she always behaves __________ (stupid). Well, yesterday she did it again. You see, Melanie sings really __________ (good) and Sarah can’t stand it. So while Melanie was singing, Sarah started yelling really __________ (hard). Melanie’s dog didn’t like that though. Melanie’s got a __________ (huge) dog, you know. He came after Sarah. Sarah had to run away really __________ (fast). You should have seen her. She was so scared. It was really funny.
Read this diary entry. Indicate whether the words in italics are correct or should be changed.
12 August 2006
Today was a __________ (strange) day. It started rather __________ (good). I met Jenny in the school canteen. She was smiling at me, with her __________ (beautiful) smile. Oh, she is so __________ (pretty). After our break we went to Mr Jones’s lesson. He teaches English __________ (awful). 45 minutes of English grammar is __________ (terrible)! When our lessons were finally over, we got to the school bus. Usually the bus ride is __________ (short), but this time it lasted far too long. Let me explain; I was standing on the school bus because there were no seats left. Then the busdriver suddenly hit the brakes very __________ (hard) Before I knew it I was flying through the air down to the front of the bus. I landed on my face. I was hurting __________ (terrible)all over. I stood up, but I slipped on the wet surface and fell straight back down again. Then I grabbed something to pull myself up with, and let go __________ (immediate)because it was
some girl’s breast. I was so embarrassed that I got off the bus at the next stop and walked the rest of the way home!
6. Write down ◊◊◊
Write down the correct form
Vul de juiste vorm van de woorden tussen haakjes in. Kies uit bijwoord of bijvoeglijk naamwoord.
Yesterday we were supposed to have a barbecue, but unfortunately it rained __________ (horrible). That’s why we decided to have a barbecue today. Right now, the meat is on the grill and it smells __________ (terrible) __________ (good). My brother has prepared it. He can cook __________ (extreme) __________ (good). The only problem is that he always wants to cook too __________ (fast). And then the meal gets burned and it smells __________ (awful). And he always wants to try new recipes with ingredients that are __________ (remarkable) __________ (hard) to find. My mother on the other hand is an __________ (incredible) __________ (terrible) cook. Whenever she makes our dinner it tastes __________ (horrible). I think she can __________ (easy) do better, but she’s just lazy!