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Need to circle the correctword in parentheses and label adjective or adverb.

1. Cats can see (good,well) in the dark. ANSWER=well,adverb

2.After the storm the pier was damaged(bad,badly). ANSWER=bad,adjective

3. I was (real,really) pleased to get your invitation. ANSWER=really,adverb

4. Lila's medicine worked really (good,well) for her. ASNWER=good,adj

5. In the 1830s the Cherokees were treated very (bad,badly). ANSWER=badly,adverb

6. Sylvia looks (good,well) in her mermaid costume. ANSWER=good,adj

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    2 and 4 are wrong.

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