Наречия, которые по форме не отличаются от прилагательных: adverbs adjectives fast high hard late early fast high hard late early быстро быстрый высоко высокий упорно упорный поздно поздний рано ранний
Don’t mix! He jumps high. He is highly educated. She works hard. He can hardly read. We came home late. They have met lately. high highly hard hardly late lately едва очень недавно высоко упорно поздно
The Degrees of Comparison of Adverbs with -ly: quickly - more quickly - most quickly creatively - more creatively - most creatively easily - more easily - most easily carefully - more carefully - most carefully
Односложные наречия hard - harder - hardest late - later - latest fast - faster - fastest high - higher - highest early - earlier - earliest
Remember! well - better - best badly - worse - worst little - less - least much - more - most far - farther - farthest far - further - furthest
Test 1. You should practice speaking English ( more, the most, many). 2. You can’t run as ( faster, fastest, fast ) as my brother. 3. Peter will pass the exam if he works ( hardly, hard, in a hard way ). 4.Miss Morgan never comes ( of late, lately, late ) to work. 5. I can’t go for a walk with you. I don’t feel ( well, good, badly ). 6. He works ( many, much, more ) than I do. 7.You can become fitter more ( quick, quicker, quickly ) if you put yourself on a diet. 8. David and Liz thought ( high, highly, higher ) of their school. 9. Her bag is so heavy that she ( lift it hard, can hardly lift it, hardly can lift it). 10.My parents object to the idea ( strong, with strength, strongly ). 11.She works much ( worse, badly, worst ) than he does. 12.She asked me to drive ( more slowly, slower, slowliest ). 13.People choose planes because they travel ( more fast, faster, fastest ) than trains.