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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84597: Comment adverbs
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    Comment adverbs


    These types of adverbs provide an opinion on a situation:


    FORTUNATELY              it's fortunate that, luckily, in a fortunate manner;

    UNFORTUNATELY     it's regrettable that, unluckily, in an unfortunate manner;

    CONSTANTLY          always or regularly, without interruption;

    OBVIOUSLY            evidently, of course, in an obvious manner;

    HONESTLY                 truly, really, in an honest manner;

    PATIENTLY              with patience, calmly, in a patient manner.






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    1. , no one was injured in the accident on Monday.

    2. I'm sorry that I spoilt your bicycle. , I will mend it soon.

    3. , there was fresh meat left for us in the fridge.

    4. , I arrived two hours late. By the time I got there, they had already left.

    5. Her parents are arguing .

    6. , I don't believe a word you say. You are a terrible liar!

    7. , the doctor wasn't able to cure this little boy.

    8. The teacher explained the lesson.









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