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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122529: Adverbs of manner
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    Adverbs of manner

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    1. I can't move my car because somebody has parked their car (awkward) in front of the house.

    2. Some people (blind) approve some outdated ideas.

    3. She is very hardworking then she behaves positively and (courageous) all the time.

    4. Because of a chain of misfortune events, her life has been (cruel) shattered.

    5. Your father challenged some hardships in his life (daring).

    6. That rude girl (deliberate) poured a glass of fruit juice on my dress.

    7. The new product has been (enthusiastic) received by customers.

    8. One of my son's friends, who was always careless and speeding, was (fatal) wounded in a car accident yesterday.

    9. The frightened hunter knocked on the snake's head (fierce) until it died.

    10. He (fond) remembered those wonderful years with his girlfriend in high school.

    11. In that terrible storm, everyone was (frantic) trying to save their life.

    12. After a long starving, the poor man ate all the food (greedy).

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