Englisch/Grammatik/Adverb or Adjective - be, feel, look

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Task
  1. Compare the example sentences!
    • What does the attribute refer to?
  2. Do the interactive exercises.


He looked angry. He looked angrily at us.
He smells badly. His feet smell bad.
The chocolate tastes good.     He tasted the hot chocolate carefully.

Verben wie be, feel, get, seem, look, smell, sound, taste drücken einen Zustand oder eine Eigenschaft aus. Es folgt kein Adverb, sondern ein Adjektiv.

Interactive Exercises

What is it like?

0. The grass is wet.

1. The grass feels nice to walk on.

2. The flowers smell as beautiful as you.

3. Your hair looks wonderful.

4. The music sounds wonderful.

5. This cheese tastes terrible.

6. Your idea sounds perfect.

The Ghost

Complete the sentences with an adjective or adverb.:

1. They went carefully(careful) into the old castle.

2. It smelt awful(awful) in there.

3. Someone opened the door unexpectedly(unexpected).

3. The ghost looked terrible (terrible).

4. They ran to the window and opened it quietly (quiet).

5. Peter said: "Nobody is perfect (perfect).

The Birthday

Complete the sentences with an adjective or adverb.

1. This cake tastes great (great).

2. They bake really well(good).

3. This girl looks really pretty (real, pretty).

4. My friend looked at me angrily (angry).

5. She is not nice (nice) even though she behaves in a friendly way (friendly).

1. This cake tastes great (great).

2. They bake really well(good).

3. This girl looks really pretty (real, pretty).

4. My friend looked at me angrily (angry).

5. She is not nice (nice) even though she behaves in a friendly way (friendly).


The Test

Complete the sentences with an adjective or adverb.

1. Ann always works carefully (careful).

2. Bob often behaves bady(badly) in school.

3. Ann is often very nervous (nervous) before tests.

4. Bob, however, works very well (good) under stress.

5. She was happy(happy) that she passed the test and smiled happily(happy).