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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35014: Adverbs
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    1. I haven't met him yet but he's very good-looking
    2. At the moment we've got a flat but we prefer to buy a house with a garden
    3. The theory is complicated to explain but it says that we only sleep because our brains are programmed to
    4. Everyone thinks she's Swedish but she was born in Norway
    5. The forecast said it would be sunny but they were wrong . It's pouring with rain
    6. We can't work here . It's too messy and the computer's not working at the moment
    7. There was terrible traffic jam but we got here
    8. He started speaking quietly but his voice got louder and louder
    9. I'm sorry. I can't remember . Everything happened so
    10. I think my English is improving month by month

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