grammar test - phrasal verbs - count

Test # Phrasal verbs - Count

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Can I count ________ your support?

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    Quantitative Aptitude - Test-21
  • We often change an adjective into an adverb by adding -ly.
      late lately right rightly hopeful hopefully real really (NOT seaiy) definite definitely
      complete completely(NOT completly)
  • -y changes to -i- .
      happy happily easy easily dry drily
  • If an adjective ends in -Ie, we change -/eto -ly.
      idle idly noble nobly
  • If an adjective ends in -ic, the adverb ends in -icaiiy.
      tragic tragically
  • Exceptions: truly, wholly, fully, shyly, publicly.
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