Spanish adverbs practice quiz
Please keep in mind that:
1. Forming adverbs with "-mente":
- Adjectives ending in -o are formed by adding "-mente" to the feminine form
- Adjectives end in -e or a consonant, the suffix -mente is added in the singular form
- Adverbs of frequency and time occur before or after the verb they modify
- Adverbs of place occur after the verb they refer to
- Adverbs of quantity can be placed after the verb / before the adjective / before the adverb
Emilio walks quickly.
Emilio camina rápidamente.
Emilio camina rápidomente.
The laundry is here.
La lavandería está aquí.
La lavandería aquí está.
Rosa is very beautiful.
Rosa es muy guapa.
Rosa muy es guapa.
Do not speak loudly; you will wake up the child.
No hables fuerte que vas a despertar al niño.
No fuerte hables que vas a despertar al niño.
They are happily in love.
Están felizmente enamorados.
Están felicesmente enamorados.
Let's go inside!
He plays the drums well.
Toca bien la batería.
Toca la batería bien.
He caresses her gently.
Le acarició suavemente.
Le acarició suavamente.
Michael runs faster than you.
Michael corre más rápido que tú.
Michael más corre rápido que tú.
Last night three of us went out.
Anoche salimos de fiesta los tres.
Salimos de fiesta anoche los tres.
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