Przysłówek przysłówki tworzymy dodając do przymiotnika końcówkę –ly quick – quickly careful – carefully Od tej reguły są jednak pewne wyjątki



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  1. przysłówki tworzymy dodając do przymiotnika końcówkę –ly

  • quick – quickly

  • careful – carefully

Od tej reguły są jednak pewne wyjątki:



  • happy – happily y = i+ly

  • gentle – gently zanika –e w przypadku gdy przymiotnik kończy się na -le

  • extreme – extremely nie zanika – e w przypadku gdy przymiotnik kończy się na -e


Formy nieregularne:

good – well dobry - dobrze

fast – fast szybki - szybko

hard – hard ciężki - ciężko

early – early wczesny - wcześnie

low – low niski - nisko

far – far daleki - daleko

long - long długi - długo

late – late późny – późno

near – near bliski - blisko

right – right właściwy – właściwie

high – high wysoki - wysoko




Uwaga!!!

hardly = zaledwie, ledwie

lately = ostatnio

nearly = prawie

highly = bardzo
Uwaga !!!

Po niektórych czasownikach nie użyjemy przysłówka lecz przymiotnika:



be (być), look (wyglądać !!!) , feel (czuć) , see (widzieć), sound (brzmieć) , smell (pachnieć) , taste (smakować)


  1. Hotel Miramar is situated high / highly above the bay.

  2. Tom's mother was high / highly critical of the school's approach.

  3. Ben laughed loud / loudly.

  4. Have you been waiting long / longly?

  5. She looked good / well.

  6. He looked longing / longingly at the tray of cakes.

  7. The stew smelled delicious / deliciously.

  8. The survivors needed help fast / fastly.

  9. I was now far / farly behind the others and knew I couldn't catch up.

  10. Her condition is slow / slowly improving.

  11. Ellen has to work late / lately tonight.

  12. They live near / nearly London.

  13. The company went through a bad time last year, but late / lately things have been improving.

  14. Tyson hit him hard / hardly on the chin.

  15. The exam was surprising / surprisingly easy.

  16. It was a brilliant speech - clear, precise and summarized humorous / humorously.




  1. We had lunch in a charming / charmingly little Italian restaurant

  2. I had hard / hardly got in the house when the phone rang.

  3. Students have to study very hard / hardly.

  4. Charlotte sang very pretty /prettily.

  5. A stone hit me right / rightly in the eye!

  6. Initial / initially sales figures have been very good.

  7. My spontaneous / spontaneously reaction was to run away.

  8. Mix the flour and butter good / well.

  9. He lived alone on the edge of a large / largely forest.

  10. Don't worry about the test - I'm sure you'll do good / well.

  11. All offers of help will be great / greatly appreciated.

  12. The aircraft caught fire and the whole situation was dangerous / dangerously.

  13. We are slow / slowly but surely gaining the support of the public.

  14. Peter is passionate / passionately involved in environmental issues.

  15. Mmm! This tastes good / well!

  16. I need to think of a plausible / plausibly excuse for not going to the meeting.

  17. He follows the ten commandments religious / religiously.

  18. Jessica looks so sweet / sweetly in that hat.

  19. Kiss her sweet / sweetly from me.

  20. Louise is near / nearly as tall as her mother.

  21. Most of the cities depend large / largely on hydroelectric power.

  22. Have I spelled your name right / rightly?

  23. My initial job was pretty mundane / mundanely , but later I was given more responsibility.

  24. Initial / Initially, I thought I would only stay there a year.



KLUCZ

  1. Hotel Miramar is situated high / highly above the bay.

  2. Tom's mother was high / highly critical of the school's approach.

  3. Ben laughed loud / loudly.

  4. Have you been waiting long / longly?

  5. She looked good / well.

  6. He looked longing / longingly at the tray of cakes.

  7. The stew smelled delicious / deliciously.

  8. The survivors needed help fast / fastly.

  9. I was now far / farly behind the others and knew I couldn't catch up.

  10. Her condition is slow / slowly improving.

  11. Ellen has to work late / lately tonight.

  12. They live near / nearly London.

  13. The company went through a bad time last year, but late / lately things have been improving.

  14. Tyson hit him hard / hardly on the chin.

  15. The exam was surprising / surprisingly easy.

  16. It was a brilliant speech - clear, precise and summarized humorous / humorously.




  1. We had lunch in a charming / charmingly little Italian restaurant

  2. I had hard / hardly got in the house when the phone rang.

  3. Students have to study very hard / hardly.

  4. Charlotte sang very pretty / prettily.

  5. A stone hit me right / rightly in the eye!

  6. Initial / initially sales figures have been very good.

  7. My spontaneous / spontaneously reaction was to run away.

  8. Mix the flour and butter good / well.

  9. He lived alone on the edge of a large / largely forest.

  10. Don't worry about the test - I'm sure you'll do good / well.

  11. All offers of help will be great / greatly appreciated.

  12. The aircraft caught fire and the whole situation was dangerous / dangerously.

  13. We are slow / slowly but surely gaining the support of the public.

  14. Peter is passionate / passionately involved in environmental issues.

  15. Mmm! This tastes good / well!

  16. I need to think of a plausible / plausibly excuse for not going to the meeting.

  17. He follows the ten commandments religious / religiously.

  18. Jessica looks so sweet / sweetly in that hat.

  19. Kiss her sweet / sweetly from me.

  20. Louise is near / nearly as tall as her mother.

  21. Most of the cities depend large / largely on hydroelectric power.

  22. Have I spelled your name right / rightly?

  23. My initial job was pretty mundane / mundanely , but later I was given more responsibility.

  24. Initial / Initially, I thought I would only stay there a year.





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