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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123983: Types of adverbs
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    Types of adverbs

    Choose the type of adverb for each one in blue.

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    1. I usually buy some fruits at the market.

    2. Jason is clearly unhappy to be here.

    3. She'd already gone when we got there.

    4. The children were happily playing with their toys.

    5. He was quite agreeable to accepting the plan.

    6. She normally eats three meals a day.

    7. Furthermore, they had not consulted with her.

    8. Let's open the box and see what's inside it.

    9. Frankly, I think the internet is overrated.

    10. I don't want to go, besides, I am too tired.

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