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Adverbs of time

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1. LILY : My sister has moved into a castle in Scotland.

2. SARA : Does she like it ? I've been living in an old flat in Edinburgh 1997 and I love it.

3. LILY : Well, she has not been there long and she has seen two ghosts.

4. SARA : Two ghosts ! You are kidding me ! I've seen a ghost ! I would really like to meet one.

5. LILY : Well, you've been in Scotland quite some time now. Don't you have a ghost in your house ?

6. SARA : No, I haven't even heard a mouse .

7. LILY : , somebody told me that most of the ghosts have left for America. They make a better living over there !

8. SARA : I've thought ghosts were smart. Now, I know they definitely are !!!

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