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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124032: Adverbs of manner
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    1. To become a good football player, you have to start practising ( )   [e...] in your youth.

    2. A very good piece of advice is to live ( )   [c...] and not let yourself be upset about every little thing.

    3. Everyday you should train ( )   [co...] for about two hours.

    4. The bad driver drove ( )   [re...] and caused an accident.

    5. Children must look around ( )   [ca...] before crossing the road.

    6. The dog ate its food ( )   [h...] after a long run in the park.

    7. The panther crept up ( )   [s...] behind the deer.

    8. The soldiers fought ( )   [b...] for their country.

    9. We should treat animals ( )   [k...].

    10. Selena sang ( )   [s...] at the concert and everyone clapped.

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