Adverb worksheet for class 2 with answers

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Adverb worksheet for class 2 with answers

adverb worksheet for class 2 with answers

Adverb Worksheet For Class 2 With Answers

Before you read any further, it might be a good idea to first understand what is an adverb?

In brief, An adverb is a word that tells something more about a verb.

Example

He ran fast
  • Ran is a verb.
  • Fast is an adverb.
  • Ran is a verb in the above sentence and fast is an adverb. The adverb ‘fast‘ is modifying the verb ‘ran‘.

Adverb Worksheet for Class 2 Questions

  1. Circle the Adverb in each sentence.

adverb worksheet for class 2 questions
  1. The little boy ran quickly.
  2. Sita writes well.
  3. The boy is going upstairs.
  4. Hari is sitting outside.
  5. Hari talked easily.
  6. She looked up.
  7. She has just come home
  8. The car was moving fast.
  1. Fill in the blanks with correct adverbs.

  1. The tortoise moved …………. (heavily/ slowly/ dearly).
  2. Tom shares his book …………. (gently/ heavily/ happily).
  3. It is raining …………. (heavily/ sadly/ wisely).
  4. Speak …………. (loudly/ softly/ dearly) or the baby will wake up.
  5. Neha painted …………. (dearly/ shortly/ beautifully).
  6. Sampriti dresses …………. (smartly/ patiently/ loudly).
  7. The thief entered the room …………. (dearly/ kindly/ quietly).
  8. The players shouted …………. (loudly/ wisely/ neatly).
  9. Mrs. Wilson spoke …………. (neatly/ shortly/ wisely).
  10. Mohit sings …………. (shortly/ sweetly/ wisely).
  11. My parents love me …………. (quietly/ dearly/ wisely).
  12. Mother woke me up …………. (neatly/ gently/ swiftly).
  1. Underline the adverb in the following sentences.

  1. We must eat our food slowly.
  2. The woman spoke loudly.
  3. You have done your lesson well.
  4. The horse galloped fast.
  5. The play will begin now.
  6. My uncle lives here.
  7. Gopal is standing there.
  8. We should always speak the truth.
  9. The servant is paid monthly.
  10. I feel tired today.
  11. I can do that easily.
  12. My parents love me dearly.
  13. The old farmer works hard.
  14. The elephant walked slowly.
  15. We looked for him everywhere.
  16. The boys go to school regularly.
  17. You must go to bed early.
  18. The peacock danced beautifully.
  19. You have answered the questions correctly.
  20. He never told a lie.
  1. Choose the correct adverb from the options below.

  1. Don’t talk so ………….
    a. Loud.
    b. Loudly.
  2. Rohan is trying very …………. to solve the sums.
    a. Hard.
    b. Hardly.
  3. The climber …………. fell off the edge of the mountain.
    a. Near.
    b. Nearly.
  4. The farmer spread the seeds …………. 
    a. Wide.
    b. Widely.
  5. Preeti thought ………….
    a. Quickly.
    b. Quick.
  6. The car was moving very ………….
    a. Fast.
    b. Fastly.
  7. Rohan has learned the poem ………….
    a. Bad.

    b. Badly.
  8. Gopal studies very ………….
    a. Hardly.
    b. Hard.
  9. He was standing …………. to me.
    a. Close.
    b. Closely.
  10. Their trip was …………. difficult.
    a. Extreme.
    b. Extremely.
  11. Susan plays the piano ………….
    a. Beautiful.
    b. Beautifully.
  12. The rain was falling ………….
    a. Heavy.
    b. Heavily
  1. Fill in the blanks with the correct adverb of time from the box.

Anymore Still Yesterday
Behind Elsewhere  
  1. Walk a bit slowly, please. We are getting left ………….
  2. I saw him …………. at the bus stop but he didn’t see me.
  3. Do you …………. play badminton on Sundays.
  4. This restaurant is too crowded. Let’s go ………….
  5. I can’t wait for Mohan …………. I am getting late for school.

Adverb Worksheet For Class 2 Solutions

  1. Circle the Adverb in each sentence.

adverb worksheet for class 2 with answers
  1. Fill in the blanks with correct adverbs.

  1. The tortoise moved slowly.
  2. Tom shares his book happily.
  3. It is raining heavily.
  4. Speak softly or the baby will wake up.
  5. Neha painted beautifully.
  6. Sampriti dresses smartly.
  7. The thief entered the room quietly.
  8. The players shouted loudly.
  9. Mrs. Wilson spoke wisely.
  10. Mohit sings sweetly.
  11. My parents love me dearly.
  12. Mother woke me up gently.
  1. Underline the adverb in the following sentences.

  1. We must eat our food slowly.
  2. The woman spoke loudly.
  3. You have done your lesson well.
  4. The horse galloped fast.
  5. The play will begin now.
  6. My uncle lives here.
  7. Gopal is standing there.
  8. We should always speak the truth.
  9. The servant is paid monthly.
  10. I feel tired today.
  11. I can do that easily.
  12. My parents love me dearly.
  13. The old farmer works hard.
  14. The elephant walked slowly.
  15. We looked for him everywhere.
  16. The boys go to school regularly.
  17. You must go to bed early.
  18. The peacock danced beautifully.
  19. You have answered the questions correctly.
  20. He never told a lie.
  1. Choose the correct adverb from the options below.

  1. Don’t talk so loudly.
    a. Loud.
    b. Loudly.
  2. Rohan is trying very hard to solve the sums.
    a. Hard.
    b. Hardly.
  3. The climber nearly fell off the edge of the mountain.
    a. Near.
    b. Nearly.
  4. The farmer spread the seeds widely.
    a. Wide.
    b. Widely.
  5. Preeti thought quickly.
    a. Quickly.
    b. Quick.
  6. The car was moving very fast.
    a. Fast.
    b. Fastly.
  7. Rohan has learned the poem badly.
    a. Bad.

    b. Badly.
  8. Gopal studies very hard.
    a. Hardly.
    b. Hard.
  9. He was standing close to me.
    a. Close.
    b. Closely.
  10. Their trip was extremely difficult.
    a. Extreme.
    b. Extremely.
  11. Susan plays the piano beautifully.
    a. Beautiful.
    b. Beautifully.
  12. The rain was falling heavily.
    a. Heavy.
    b. Heavily
  1. Fill in the blanks with the correct adverb of time from the box.

Anymore Still Yesterday
Behind Elsewhere  
  1. Walk a bit slowly, please. We are getting left behind.
  2. I saw him yesterday at the bus stop but he didn’t see me.
  3. Do you still play badminton on Sundays?
  4. This restaurant is too crowded. Let’s go elsewhere.
  5. I can’t wait for Mohan anymore. I am getting late for school.

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