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1. The distance to the finish line seemed (endless).

2. I have ever ran so (fast).

3. Eli ran a surprisingly (fast) time in the trial.

4. He walked (confidently) to the starting blocks.

5. Is the high jump the first (field) event?

6. We looked (exhausted), but we felt great!

Can you tell me if I have these correct now?

1. adv
2. adj
3. adv
4. adv
5. adj
6. adj

  • English -

    Now there are 3 that are incorrect, and 3 that are correct.

    Who wrote that second sentence, anyway? There are grammatical errors in it.

  • English -

    It's suppose to be never. Sorry I guess we all make typo errors.

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    And the verb should be "run" not "ran"!!

  • English -

    1. The distance to the finish line seemed (endless). "endless" is describing what?

    2. I have ever ran so (fast). "fast" is describing what?

    3. Eli ran a surprisingly (fast) time in the trial. "fast" is describing what?

    4. He walked (confidently) to the starting blocks. "confidently" is describing what?

    5. Is the high jump the first (field) event? "field" is describing what?

    6. We looked (exhausted), but we felt great! "exhausted" is describing what?

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