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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21904: Add the adverbs in the sentences
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    Add the adverbs in the sentences

    Write the sentences again,using the adverbs in brackets properly.

    English exercise "Add the adverbs in the sentences" created by fouine18 with The test builder
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    1. I visited him when he was in England. (often)
    2. We'll go and see her. (tomorrow)
    3. You should speak loud for everybody to hear you.(enough)

    4. I go to Spain. (rarely)
    5. He writes to me. (seldom)
    6. I like English. (very much)
    7. I'd accept it if he wanted to help me. (perhaps)
    8. You come back home late. (always)
    9. I think you're wrong. (really)
    10. You like going to the cinema, don't you? (usually)
    11. I'll interview candidates in this office tomorrow. (very carefully)

    12. I speak to him, how could I know that? (never)
    13. I had arrived when I realized that he was ill. (hardly)

    14. Don't do that stupid thing. (again)
    15. I'll phone him. (immediately)

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