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Adjectif ou adverbe ? Exercice anglais

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Exercice

Ecrivez les adjectifs ou adverbes entre parenthèses à la forme qui convient: 

Exemple:

  • Tina is (slow) . She works .
  1. Linda is a (careful) girl. She drives her car .
  2. The dog is (angry) . It barks .
  3. He played (excellent) . He’s an  football player.
  4. He learns Japanese (easy) . He thinks Japanese is an language.
  5. Tom is a (good) singer. He sings .
  6. It’s (awful) cold today. The cold rain is .
  7. This dish was (extreme / good) , but why does it smell so (terrible) ?
  8. The little girl looked (sad) . I went over to talk to her and she looked at me .
  9. I tasted the pie (careful) but it tasted (wonderful) .




  1. careful / carefully.
  2. angry / angrily.
  3. excellently / excellent
  4. easily / easy
  5. good / well.
  6. awfully / awful.
  7. extremely well / terrible
  8. sad / sadly.
  9. carefully / wonderful.

Exercice anglais : Adjectif ou adverbe ? | Anglais-rapide.fr

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Exercice

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec l’adjectif ou l’adverbe qui convient: 

1. The team played  yesterday.

a) beautiful b) beautifully

2. Linda sings 

a) well b) good

3. The manager was really .

a) friendly b) friendlily

4. Sam is a  learner.

a) quick b) quickly

5. I know her quite .

a) well b) good

6. The concert was  a success.

a) quite b) quiet

7. She spoke .

a) rude b) rudely

8. Check your lesson .

a) careful b) carefully

9. His performance was .

a) amazing b) amazingly

10. I have been watching a lot of movies .

a) recent b) recently





  1. beautifully
  2. well.
  3. really
  4. quick
  5. well
  6. quite
  7. rudely.
  8. carefully.
  9. amazing.
  10. recently.

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 6ème)

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 6ème)

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Exercice 

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec les adjectifs qui conviennent:

1. She is four years than me.

a) elder b) older

2. The spider is still 

a) alive b) live

3. Their house is quite 

a) small b) little

4. She has a nice   apartment in town.

a) little b) small c) les deux

5. You are a  child.

a) mere b) merely

6. She is a / an  woman.

a) frightened b) afraid

7. Nurses look after  people.

a) ill b) sick

8. I feel 

a) unhappy b) unhappily

9. I need  eggs.

a) four large b) large four

10. This phone is  isn’t it?

a) new b) newly





  1. She is four years older than me.
  2. The spider is still alive.
  3. Their house is quite small.
  4. She has a nice little / small apartment in town.
  5. You are a mere child.
  6. She is a frightened woman.
  7. Nurses look after sick people.
  8. I feel unhappy.
  9. I need four large eggs.
  10. This phone is new, isn’t it?

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 4ème)

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 4ème)

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Exercice 

Remplissez les cases avec les adjectifs suivants:

Resourceful Greedy Illiterate Useless Unforgettable Energetic Sleepless
Priceless Quarrelsome Dangerous Courageous Daily Literate unpopular

1. A man of great courage => A   man

2. A night in which you could not sleep at all => A  night

3. A person who cannot read and write => A/An  person

4. A gift of immense value => A  gift

5. An experience which you cannot forget => An  experience

6. A person whom nobody likes => A/An  person

7. A newspaper that comes out every day => A   newspaper

8. A person who can read and write => A  person

9. A person who is always quarreling with everyone => A  person

10. A person who is never content with what he has and wants more and more => A  person

11. A person who is good at finding solutions to problems => A  person





  1. A courageous man
  2. A sleepless night
  3. An illiterate person
  4. A priceless gift
  5. An unforgettable experience
  6. An unpopular person
  7. A daily newspaper
  8. A literate person
  9. A quarrelsome person
  10. A greedy person
  11. A resourceful person

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 5ème)

Exercice – Les adjectifs en anglais (niveau 5ème)

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Exercice 

Mettez la forme correcte de chaque adjectif (positif, comparatif ou superlatif):

  1. This house is (high)  than the garage.
  2. That’s the (good)   song this singer has made so far.
  3. The trip is almost as (long)  by car as it is by train.
  4. My dog is the (clever)  dog of all.
  5. She is (happy)  with her new car than with her old one.
  6. Some of the (intelligent)  people have studied at this university.
  7. You are as (funny)  as a clown.
  8. To me there isn’t a (pleasant)  pastime than a walk along the beach.
  9. He is not as (rich)  as everyone believes him to be.
  10. That was the (big)  burger I have ever eaten.





  1. higher
  2. best
  3. as long
  4. cleverest
  5. happier
  6. most intelligent
  7. as funny
  8. more pleasant
  9. as rich
  10. biggest

Exercice sur les prépositions anglaise (niveau 5ème)

Exercice sur les prépositions anglaise (niveau 5ème)

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Exercice 

Essayez de deviner la bonne réponse:

  1. They searched  the missing girl for a whole week, but couldn’t find her.
  2. As the man was badly injured, we sent  a doctor.
  3. She is very sensitive  other people’s feelings.
  4. Did you subscribe  this magazine?
  5. I am tired  hearing him complain every day
  6. Always say the truth  your parents.
  7. I have to agree  them, what they say is true.
  8. The Japanese are used  earthquakes.




  1. searched for
  2. sent for
  3. sensitive to
  4. subscribe to
  5. tired of
  6. true to
  7. understanding with
  8. used to

Exercice sur les prépositions en anglais (niveau 5ème)

Exercice prépositions anglais 5ème

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Exercice

Devinez la bonne réponse (préposition de direction ou position):

1. Tina has been   Thailand several times.

2. He went  a University in New York.

3. We arrive   Osaka on Tuesday morning.

4. The boys kept jumping  the river.

5. He sat down  the couch.

6. The cat is  the roof again.

7. She was sleeping   the garden.

8. She ran  of the bathroom crying.

9. The kids are swimming  the lake.

10. The boy fell  the ground and hurt its leg.





  1. Tina has been to Thailand several times.
  2. He went to a University in New York.
  3. We arrive in Osaka on tuesday morning.
  4. The boys kept jumping in the river.
  5. He sat down on the couch.
  6. The cat is on the roof again.
  7. She was sleeping in the garden.
  8. She ran out of the bathroom crying.
  9. The kids are swimming in the lake.
  10. The boy fell on the ground and hurt its leg.

Test – Les prépositions en anglais

Test – Les prépositions en anglais

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Exercice

Complétez les phrases suivantes en utilisant la préposition qui convient (il peut y avoir plusieurs solutions):

  1. He graduated  the Tokyo University.
  2. Sam worked as a teacher  two years.
  3. A bank was robbed  three gangsters.
  4. There were  thirty people at the meeting.
  5. She is well  average in intelligence.
  6. The institution is run by a committee consisting  ten members.
  7. I am not familiar  these developments.
  8. He got himself  trouble with his mean remarks.
  9. The children laughed  the fat kid.
  10. The teacher told me that he was impressed  my work.




  1. What is wrong with Tina today?
  2. Could you translate this into Japanese for me?
  3. The police is searching for drugs.
  4. Mum drove into a wall again yesterday.
  5. I must apologize for disturbing you.
  6. Why is he receiving money from the Government?
  7. We searched for the missing boy for three days.
  8. I’m short of money these days.
  9. We were talking about our next trip to Italy.
  10. He reminds me of an old friend.

Exercice prépositions anglais (niveau 6ème)

Exercice prépositions anglais (niveau 6ème)

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Exercice 

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec la préposition qui convient: 

  1. She gets up early  the morning.
  2. You will receive his letter  three days.
  3. It happened  the week after Easter.
  4. He can run 100 meters  less than 10 seconds.
  5. I haven’t seen her  years.
  6. The shop remains open  9.30 am  7 pm.
  7. She was here  6.30.
  8. It has been raining  yesterday.
  9. Don’t go now. We are  to have lunch.
  10. We stopped  the pub a drink.




  1. She gets up early in the morning.
  2. You will receive his letter in three days.
  3. It happened in the week after Easter.
  4. He can run 100 meters in less than 00 seconds.
  5. I haven’t seen her for/in years.
  6. The shop remains open from 9.30 am to 7 pm.
  7. She was here till 6.30.
  8. It has been raining since yesterday.
  9. Don’t go now. We are about to have lunch.
  10. We stopped at the pub for a drink.

Prépositions anglaise – Exercice (+PDF)

Les prépositions en anglais 1

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Exercice

Complétez les phrases suivantes en utilisant la bonne réponse:

1. There is a spelling mistake  line 8 on page 23. (in / on / at)

2. The boy stayed   the forest for 24 hours. (in / at / on)

3. Sam is arriving  the 7.00 train. (in / with / on)

4. It is very hot  the centre of the planet. (at / in / on)

5. She lives   24 Queen Street. (at / in / on)

6. Who is that handsome boy standing  the second row? (at / on / in)

7. We went for a walk  the forest. (on / in / at)

8. Tina must be  the post office. (at / on / in)

9. He is a student  Princeton. (at / in / on)

10. He had a tatoo   his neck. (on / in / at)





  1. in
  2. in
  3. on
  4. at
  5. at
  6. in
  7. in
  8. at
  9. at
  10. on