Choose the right form in the brackets to complete the sentences
My words sounded unexpectedly (loud/loudly) in the silence of the empty house.
I’m afraid I’ve got a cold, I’m not feeling (good/well). I won’t go for a walk.
This perfume smells too (sweet/sweetly), I don’t think I will buy it.
The old woman looked (sad/sadly) at me. And I didn’t know what to say.
Granny, this cake smells quite (bad/badly) let’s throw it away.
My sister looks very (beautiful/ beautifully) in this new dress.
I’ve got an excellent mark today so I’m feeling quite (good/well).
He worked (hard/hardly) last and now we can see the results.
This song sounds (perfect/perfectly). I like it very much.
She feels (happy/happily) as she has passed all the exams.
The children seem very (excitedly/excited) today. What has happened to them?
We could hardly talk at the concert hall as the music was playing very (loud/loudly).
1.loud; 2.well; 3.sweet; 4.sadly; 5.bad; 6.beautiful; 7.good; 8.hard; 9.perfect; 10.happy; 11. excited; 12. loudly.