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Adverb Exercises for Class 8 – Type 1 

Exercise – 1 

Fill in the blanks with adverbs of manner and smartly finish the adverb exercises for class 8.

Slowly, sweetly, loudly, angrily, bitterly, highly, bravely, melodiously, responsibly, colorfully, greatly

  1. The tortoise crawled …………………..on the bank of the river.
  2. The leader should speak ………………so that the people sitting in the last row can also listen.
  3. Reeta was ………………..impressed with the singing performance of Rajat.
  4. They cried ……………………..when they came to know of his accident.
  5. Rambha is ………………….upset after seeing her husband with other women.

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  1. The tortoise crawled slowly on the bank of the river.
  2. The leader should speak loudly so that the people sitting in the last row can also listen.
  3. Reeta was greatly impressed with the singing performance of Rajat.
  4. They cried bitterly when they came to know of his accident.
  5. Rambha is highly upset after seeing her husband with other women.

Analysis of the Above Answers

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  1. The speed of a tortoise points the word – slowly from the list. Therefore, we should use the word slowly.
  2. The independent clause tells us that the people sitting in the last row should also be able to listen. It is only possible when the leader speaks loudly. Therefore, the word – loudly is appropriate here in the sentence.
  3. Here in this sentence, the words – greatly and highly can be used. Both the words are suitable for the sentence.
  4. Bitterly word is used for crying. Therefore, the word suits well for the sentence.
  5. Here in the sentence, you may think that greatly and highly both can be used. But, honestly no. Greatly word can only be used with the positive sense. Here in the sentence, the sense is negative as she is upset. Therefore, we have no choice but the word highly.

Exercise – 2

Fill in the blanks with adverbs of manner and smartly finish the adverb exercises for class 8.

Slowly, sweetly, loudly, angrily, bitterly, highly, bravely, melodiously, responsibly, colorfully, greatly

  1. The enemies were shouting at each other………………
  2. Romy tried to behave ………………but finally, he broke down.
  3. The clergyman sings the choir ……………………
  4. Your boss will be angry otherwise do your job………………
  5. Paint this wall ……………….so that this room should look decorative.

Check Your Answers 

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  1. The enemies were shouting at each other angrily.
  2. Romy tried to behave bravely but finally, he broke down.
  3. The clergyman sings the choir melodiously.
  4. Your boss will be angry otherwise do your job responsibly.
  5. Paint this wall colorfully so that this room should look decorative.

Analysis of the Above Answers

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  1. Here in the sentence, the word shout points out the suitable word – angrily. Therefore the word – angrily is suitable for the sentence.
  2. But is used for contrast. Here in the sentence, Romy broke down. However, he tried to behave bravely as this is the contrast of breaking down.
  3. Melody is a word that is associated with singing and songs. Here, the clergyman sings. Therefore, the word melodiously fits well for the sentence.
  4. Your boss will only be happy if you work responsibly. So the word responsible is good for the sentence.
  5. Painting is related to color. Here in the sentence, the room is to be painted. Therefore, the colorfully – word suits well for the sentence.

Adverb Exercises for Class 8 – Type 2

Exercise – 1 

Transform the given adjective into an adverb and rewrite the sentences from adverb exercises for class 8. (Make suitable changes without changing their meanings.)

  1. The board members made a quick decision in the meeting.
  2. Rama gave a loud call but no one heard her.
  3. The lazy boy lay under the umbrella.
  4. Mayank writes the easy answers.
  5. This luggage is heavy on my head.

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  1. The board members made a decision in the meeting quickly.
  2. Rama called loudly but no one heard her.
  3. The boy lay under the umbrella lazily.
  4. Mayank writes the answers easily.
  5. This luggage is heavily put on my head.

Analysis of the Above Answers

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  1. Quick is an adjective the phrase quick decision. If we transform the word quick into an adverb, it is quickly. However, the word quickly should either be placed before the verb or in the last of the sentence. The board member quickly made a decision in the meeting. Or the board members made a decision in the meeting quickly.
  2. Here in the sentence, the word a loud call is transformed into loudly. And it should be placed right after the verb call.
  3. Lazily word is the adverb of the word lazy.
  4. The phrase – easy answers give us the adjective easy. If we transform the word into an adverb, it comes to be – easily.
  5. The adverb of heavy is the word – heavily.

Exercise – 2

Transform the given adjective into an adverb and rewrite the sentences from adverb exercises for class 8. (Make suitable changes without changing their meanings.)

  1. The greedy beggar asked for more money.
  2. Those happy peacocks are dancing in the field.
  3. Chandani gave me a shy smile.
  4. The shopkeeper should be honest in his dealings.
  5. The weavers are skilled in making doormats.

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  1. The beggar asked for more money greedily.
  2. Those peacocks are dancing in the field happily.
  3. Chandani smiled shyly at me.
  4. The shopkeeper should deal honestly.
  5. The weavers are making doormats skilfully.

Analysis of the Above Answers

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  1. Greedy is the adjective in the phrase greedy beggar. Greedy is converted into greedily when we make it an adverb.
  2. The word – happy changes into the word – happily as an adverb.
  3. Shyly is an adverb of the word shy. Therefore, it is the right conversion of the sentence.
  4. Honestly is the word for the adjective honest.
  5. Skilled word is transformed into the adverb – skilfully.

Adverb Exercises for Class 8 – Type 3

Exercise – 1 

Tick the correct adverb of place or direction in adverb exercises for class 8.

  1. The falconer carried the snake ……………in the sky. (here/nowhere)
  2. He should stand ………………..in the sun. (eastward/inside)
  3. The preachers preach……………. In the room. (here/there)
  4. The airplane went ……………..into the clouds. (eastward/inside)
  5. Can they sing ………..on the stage with us? (here/nowhere)

Check Your Answers 

Now, it is time to check your answers to the adverb exercises for class 8.

  1. The falconer carried the snake here in the sky.
  2. He should stand eastward in the sun.
  3. The preachers preach there in the room.
  4. The airplane went eastward into the clouds.
  5. Can they sing here on the stage with us?

Analysis of the Above Answers

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  1. Here in the sentence, the word – nowhere does give us no direction. On the contrary, the word – here gives us a direction. That is why the word – here is the right word for the sentence.
  2. The preposition -in is already used in the sentence. Therefore, the word – inside is not right for the sentence. We are left with the word – eastward.
  3. Here in the sentence, the word here/there gives us a clear direction. Therefore, both the words are correct to use.
  4. Again here in the sentence, the preposition into is already used. So, we are left with the word – eastward.
  5. The word – here gives us the right picture of direction. That is why it is right to use in the sentence.

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