Only  Together

By | April 11, 2019

Only  Together

Only  Together

Only  Together

  • You’re not the only one who is worried about global warming. (Adjective)
  •  This double-decker bus is for female passengers only. (Adverb)
  • He made frequent overseas trips to visit the world’s great museums. (Adjective)
  • He lived overseas for five years as an illegal immigrant.
  • His book is based on his past experiences in the various prisons. (Adjective)
  • Several months went past, and he still owed me the money. (Adverb)
  • You are quite a pretty sight when you get out of bed in the morning. (adjective)
  • Life was pretty tough at first when her husband went off like that. (adverb)
  • Must you always be quick to grab the biggest piece? (Adjective)
  • He often gets drunk pretty quick. (Adverb)
  • You didn’t get a right answer to the fifty questions, why? (Adjective)
  • We walked right past a crowd watching a man doing magic. (Adverb)
  •  The dog caused scratching marks on the door with its sharp claws. (Adjective)
  • I set the alarm clock to go off at six o’clock sharp, but it went off at seven. (Adverb)
  • In a few short years, his skinny and undersized sister has grown into a big fat woman. (Adjective)
  • He had to cut his speech short when great drops of rain started to fall. (Adverb)
  • For God’s sake, sit still if you want your photo taken. (Adjective)
  • Abu still rides the same old camel after all these years. (Adverb)
  • They gave Neil a straight choice – to resign or to get the sack. (adjective)
  • His bad habit is to beat about the bush instead of going straight to the point. (adverb)
  • Her jeans have got too tight and she can’t wear them anymore. (Adjective)
  • The commuters are used to being packed tight like sardines in the train in rush hour.
  • Her friends described her as a very together sort of person. (Adjective)
  • They have been playing together as a double pair in tennis for some years. (Adverb)