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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2351: Adjective, adverb or both?
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    Adjective, adverb or both?


    Adjective, adverb or both?



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    1. friendly

    2. fast

    3. completely

    4. yet

    5. nice

    6. lovely

    7. softly

    8. happily

    9. well

    10. easy

    11. here

    12. dead









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