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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112573: Adverbs
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    1. Our French teacher is very calm and he always speaks .

    2. The sun rises in the East. You should know it.

    3. Our car is new: we have bought it .

    4. ' Can I go out ? I don't feel well ', she said .

    5. As our son is serious, his results are good.

    6. I don't like listening to her because she doesn't sing . It's awful in fact.

    7. We were delighted to see them and welcomed them .

    8. Her boss is angry because she is late on Monday mornings.

    9. He shouted that he wouldn't do his homework.

    10. You don't work and I am displeased with you.









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