Adverbs = Adjectives
the back door / I will come back soon.
a best friend / I will do my best
a better solution / it can be done better
a big dog / to worry big
clean water / be clean shaved
I clean forgot her birthday (completely)
cold winter / stop cold
a daily duty / work daily
a dead rat / be dead against the idea
deep river / dive deep
the most direct route / You can dial London direct.
dirty boots / He can fight dirty.
an early lunch / get up early
an easy step / take it easy
Easy with that chair / One of its legs is loose. (gently / slowly; an easy task)
enough money / do something well enough
extra duty / be extra careful
a far village / to go far
a fast train / The train runs fast.
fine morning / work fine
flat tires / lie down flat
free press / be admitted free
The only way is to travel full west. (exactly / very; full blast)
further education / move further away
hard work / They work hard.
high quality / fly high in the sky
an hourly wage / a train runs hourly
an ill-made road / You look ill.
look inside / inside information
just reward / I will do just (exactly) as you advise.
he is a kindly man / look kindly at each other
last month / When were you there last?
late breakfast / arrive late
little bird / understand little
long queue / He threw the ball long.
a low building /
monthly wage / pay monthly
most of all / the most expensive
near the lake / Who comes near him in wit?
over the past time / a week went past
a pretty woman / I feel pretty (fairly) sick about it.
the right answer / Turn right here.
Be there at 12 sharp. (precisely)
still water / We can still win.
a straight line / She went straight home.
sure method / sure enough
thick hair / bread spread thick with butter
tight jeans / The door was shut tight.
weekly shopping / shop weekly
well painted / I am well.
wide interests / wide open eyes
a wrong answer / to answer wrong
He led us wrong.
early visits / visit yearly