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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107290: Common adverbs
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adverbs | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Common adverbs


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    1. I think (                             ) I am.

    2. This book is good, (                          ) it is likely to help the students.

    3. Computers are getting easier to use, (                                   ) they're becoming cheaper.

    4. I expected her to be ordinary, but (                          ) she was very attractive !

    5. You should button up your coat, (                             ) you'll catch a cold.

    6. It sounds very strange, (                    ) it's true. (2 words - Space)

    7. It is snowing very hard but I 'll drive to his place (                    ) .

    8. He'll probably agree with you. You never know, (                    ) .

    9. An Englishman said : 'Has it begun to rain (           ) ?'

    10. I don't want to see him, ever (                 ) .









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