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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19629: Adverbs
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    1. They go to that Italian restaurant in town (often)

    2. They will remember their honeymoon in Australia (always)

    3. ' I don't believe you ! ' (honestly)

    4. You should try to ring him (again)

    5. Tell him to come here ! (at once)

    6. She's going on holiday. (tomorrow)

    7. The little boy has done all his homework. (already)

    8. He would complain about his financial problems (seldom)

    9. They visited their grandmother in hospital (last week)

    10. He suffers from insomnia, so he sleeps at night (hardly)

    11. He manages to beat his brother at tennis (sometimes)

    12. 'Wait for me, I've finished ' (nearly)

    13. His accent is so heavy that I can understand him (scarcely)

    14. They see each other after work for a drink (frequently)

    15. 'I'm afraid it will be complicated ' (rather)

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