30 Sentences with Adjectives and Adverbs
1.He is a fast driver.
2.I met a homeless person in NY.
3.Officials shared some important news.
4.Look! That phone is mine. You can’t look without permission.
5.Ancient, precious coins are exhibited in this museum.
6.What a delicious taste of this apple.
7.I have got a little money, it is enough to buy this book.
8.My dog has blue eyes and fluffy skin.
9.This night we have an appointment at a big restaurant for a corporate meeting.
10.A large car can not pass through a narrow road.
11.I bought a new and expensive car but it was very comfortable.
12.The man who is performing today is a well-known person.
13.There are so few people in the class, so one can talk to each other.
14.My mother is taller than my brother.
15.My sister is a strong girl.
1.You always want to play games or get attention from me while I’m studying or busy at work.
2.I usually eat popcorns for a snack before my dinner.
3.I normally go to work on foot.
4.I frequently watch TV series.
5.I sometimes read a book.
6.Stop it, you are eating quickly.
7.They are talking loudly when they know they are disturbing others.
8.When will you call me to meet me?
9.How long have you been drinking coffee? I thought you were just coming!
10.How often do you come to this bookstore? I’ve never seen you before!
11.When did the exam start?
12.When will you start reading?
13.How long have you started studying? I thought we would start together when I arrived.
14.Where do you usually prefer to spend the winter months?
15.Where were you spending time?