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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103287: Adverbs
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    Adverbs are words that add information about the verb by answering questions such as

    how (manner) something is done, 

    when (time)

    where (place) something happens.

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    1. “I'm very thirsty,” said the player .
    2. “I've broken my pencil,” said Reena .
    3. “Don't touch the bomb,” yelled the soldier .
    4. “Please keep your eye on the time,” said Ravi .
    5. “I can't find my favourite shirt,” said Sanjay .
    6. “You can come and watch the play,” said the drama teacher .
    7. “I like chocolates and ice-cream,” said Kate .
    8. “I'll have to sharpen this saw,” said the carpenter .
    9. “The sun is shining,” said Geeta .
    10. “The wheels are missing from the bike,” said James .

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