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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107487: Adjective or Adverb
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    Adjective or Adverb


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    1. Her son Tom learns English language . He has the ability for learning foreign languages.

    2. Our school team played a football match extremely last week.

    3. Ever since Roger married Susan, he has looked very .

    4. I was sorry about her mother's death.

    5. There was a accident on the main motorway to Warsaw yesterday.

    6. The math test was . He had scored 100 points.

    7. Tina is a well-behaved and nice girl. She always answers the phone .

    8. We have modern and traditional armchairs. They are very .

    9. He worked very hard and made much money. His family could live .

    10. It was raining . We stayed at home and watched TV.

    11. Harry is a person. He doesn't know how to solve this problem.

    12. He fell off the ladder and broke his left leg.

    13. Talk more , please. The children are sleeping.

    14. Christian and Victor arrived to a meeting yesterday because of traffic jams.

    15. Don't be with him about it. He didn't mean to hurt you.

    16. Everyone in our class likes Tamara. She is a nice and very girl.









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