Tom was (wrong / wrongly) believed to be a thief.
I think very (high / highly) of his new book.
The weather was (most / mostly) dull that night.
She is never (wrong / wrongly) dressed.
Can you see the plane flying (high / highly) in the sky?
You should work (hard / hardly) at yourproject.
It`s (near / nearly) five o`click.
This is not the problem that should be (wide/widely) discussed.
He is (wrong / wrongly) punished. He hasn`t touched your papers.
Which do you value (most / mostly): wealth or health?
I am afraid I have (hard / hardly) any money.
What have you been doing (late / lately)?
He is (wide / widely) spoken about.
I think she is (right / rightly) praised for her essay/
Which do you like (most / mostly): comedies, action films or thrilles?
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