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Adjectives and adverbs

Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.

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1. I'm in knowing why he left his job so suddenly.

2. I'm not surprised he failed his exam. He didn't exactly try very !

3. If it is a Michelangelo drawing, it will sell for millions.

4. My piano playing has improved since I got a new teacher.

5. She walked into a lit room. The light was blinding.

6. He sleeps and always hears the baby when she cries.

7. The traffic is moving very ahead of us. Why don't you take a detour?

8. You'll have to excuse Joanna; she's feeling rather and emotional at the moment.

9. I noticed how her movements were.

10. - Have you seen Brian? - Yes, he's changed; I didn't recognize him.

11. She is a sleeper. The slightest sound will wake her.

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