Adjective or Adverb - Exercises

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Exercises

Decide if you need an adjective or an adverb.

  1. En España hace mejor tiempo que en Alemania.[There’s normally better weather in Spain than in Germany.]|Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, other adverbs, or entire clauses.|How is the weather in Spain?
  2. En la mayoría de las ciudades nieva .[In most of the cities it snows rarely.]|Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, other adverbs, or entire clauses.|How often does it snow? – rarely
  3. En el sur de España las lluvias son en verano.[In the south of Spain, rain is scarce in summer.]|Adjectives describe nouns, we use them after the verbs ser, …|How is the rain?
  4. Llueve en el norte.[It rains especially in the north.]|Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, other adverbs, or entire clauses.|How does it rain in the north?
  5. El clima es en general más que en Centroeuropa.[In general, the climate is milder than in central Europe.]|Adjectives describe nouns, we use them after the verbs ser, …|How is the climate?

Bien or bueno? Pay attention to the ending of the adjective (buen, bueno, buena, buenos, buenas)

  1. En tus fiestas siempre lo pasamos muy .[We always have lots of fun at your parties.]|pasarlo bien = to have fun
  2. El postre estaba muy .[Dessert was delicious.]|estar bueno = to be delicious
  3. Mi abuelo era un hombre.[My grandfather was a good man.]|Bueno loses its o before a masculine noun in the singular.
  4. El examen me salió .[The exam went well for me.]|salir bien = to go well
  5. Teresa y yo somos amigas.[Teresa and I are good friends.]|feminine plural = buenas
  6. ¿Me puedes recomendar un libro? [Can you recommend a good book to me?]|Bueno loses its o before a masculine noun in the singular.
  7. Me gusta recordar los tiempos. [I like to remember the good old days.]|masculine plural = buenos