Adjective or Adverb?

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!

English and German are (close/closely) related.
There is still a very (close/closely) bond between mother and daughter.
Jack is good at tennis and he always plays . (fair/fairly)
He did (fair/fairly) well in his examination.
The decision to elect him as chairman was (just/justly) made.
Did you catch the plane? - Yes, I got there (just/justly) in time.
The athletes have been practising very (hard/hardly) for Athens.
I could (hard/hardly) hear him at the back.
Amnesty International says that several people are (wrong/wrongly) imprisoned.
Something has gone (wrong/wrongly) with my car.
I've (near/nearly) finished the book you gave me.
My grandparents live quite . (near/nearly)
Fortunately, my best friend lives very (close/closely) by.
I think you have spent too much money (late/lately).
They always get home (late/lately) on weekends.
Linda is a (pretty/prettily) nice girl.
Look, isn't she dancing ? (pretty/prettily)
You'll have to hit the ball quite (high/highly) to get it over that net.
The Concorde used to fly much (high/highly) than most other airplanes.
He's very (high/highly) thought of within the company.
Their son has been a (deep/deeply) disappointment to them.
He is (deep/deeply) grateful for our support.
The car stopped (short, shortly) at the gate.
He will come (short, shortly).
Please be back at 6 o’clock (sharp/sharply).
The father spoke (sharp/sharply) to the boy.
The road bends (sharp/sharply) to the left.