Common Errors in the Use of English Adverbs | Mistakes with Adverbs

It is very easy to make mistakes with adverbs in English.

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Common Mistakes with Adverbs in English

Incorrect: He plays tennis good.

Correct: He plays tennis well.


Incorrect: I am much tired.

Correct: I am very tired.


Incorrect: She is so poor to pay the dues.

Correct: She is too poor to pay the dues.


Incorrect: She is very much beautiful.

Correct: She is very beautiful.


Incorrect: I managed to do it anyhow.

Correct: I managed to do it somehow.


Incorrect: I’m very much sorry.

Correct: I’m very sorry.


Incorrect: It is very hot to go out today.

Correct: It is too hot to go out today.


Incorrect: Marry carefully drives.

Correct: Marry drives carefully.


Incorrect: My brother plays golf good.

Correct: My brother plays golf well.


Incorrect: I felt so lonely.

Correct: I felt very lonely.


Incorrect: You speak English good.

Correct: You speak English well.


Incorrect: Sue is working hardly for the test.

Correct: Sue is working hard for the test.


Incorrect: Daniel is yet at home.

Correct: Daniel is still at home.


Incorrect: She carefully drove.

Correct: She drove carefully.


Incorrect: She angrily spoke.

Correct: She spoke angrily.


Incorrect: It was bitter cold.

Correct: It was bitterly cold.


Incorrect: I am much happy to see you.

Correct: I am very happy to see you.


Incorrect: No one writes as neat as he does.

Correct: No one writes as neatly as he does.


Incorrect:She sang sweet.

Correct: She sang sweetly.


Incorrect: I felt so lonely.

Correct: I felt very lonely.


Incorrect: He was very foolish enough to trust her.

Correct: He was so foolish to trust her.

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