He quickly reads a book.
Mandy is a pretty girl. (pretty)
The class is terribly loud today. (terrible)
Max is a good singer. (good)
You can easily open this tin. (easy)
It’s a terrible day today. (terrible)
She sings the song well. (good)
He is a careful driver. (careful)
He drives the car carefully. (careful)
The dog barks loudly. (loud)
The articles a/an and the
1. I like the blue T-shirt over there better than the red one.
2. Their car does 150 miles an hour.
3. Where’s the USB drive I lent you last week?
4. Do you still live in x Bristol?
5. Is your mother working in an old office building?
6. Carol’s father works as an electrician.
7. The tomatoes are 99 pence a kilo.
8. What do you usually have for x breakfast?
9. Ben has a terrible headache.
10. After this tour you have the whole afternoon free to explore the city.
1. Last week we could go swimming, this week we can’t. (can/to go)
2. Maybe the Smiths will be able to build a new house next year. (can/to build)
3. If you try hard, you can pass your examinations. (can/to pass)
4. When I was five, I could not swim (not/can/to swim)
5. Dennis could play the trumpet after four months. (can/to play)
6. Luke has passed his driving test, now he can drive a car. (can/to drive)
7. I could not speak to him on the phone for three weeks last month. (not/can/to speak)
8. Alex will not be able to do his homework when his desk is in such a mess. (not/can/to do)
9. They were so busy, they could not text me. (not/can/to text)
10. Lisa has been able to clean her dress. She can wear it again. (can/to clean)