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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #25427: Adverbs
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    1. "Do you love me?" / " I do, I adore you."
    2. I called Tom at 10.00 in the morning, but he was in bed.
    3. It's our anniversary today, we've been for fifteen years.
    4. Kate is very fussy about food. She eats pasta and crisps.
    5. She was very ill and died, but fortunately she got better.
    6. I like Russian novelists Tolstoy.
    7. "I hate ironing." / "Me , it's so boring!"
    8. "Are you telling me that we have no money?" / " ! not a penny."
    9. I met her on December 23rd, before Christmas.

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