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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #15774: Identify the correct form of the words
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    Identify the correct form of the words

    Choose the right word to complete the sentences.

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    1. I'm very interested. I think the apartment is nice
    2. I was expecting much bigger rooms. I was disappointed
    3. I thought the apartment would be hard to find, but it was easy
    4. I was happy to hear that the park is safe
    5. It's a great place,and the price is will be rent fast
    6. The owner seems nice, but she talks slow
    7. The notice said it was quiet, but I heard the neighbours very
    8. I heard them too. I thought their voices were loud
    9. All in all, it's an pleasant place

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