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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22628: Adjective or adverb?
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    Adjective or adverb?

    Find the adjective or adverb that correctly completes the sentence.

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    1. He's speaking ( )   [q...].

    2. I can speak English ( )   [w...].

    3. Mice are ( )   [s...] animals.

    4. My father is ( )   [b...].

    5. You can't see spiders ( )   [e...].

    6. This exercise is ( )   [e...].

    7. Snakes can move ( )   [f...].

    8. This is a ( )   [g...] book.

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