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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #34204: Adverbs
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    English exercise "Adverbs" created by lili73 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from lili73]
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    1. This boy doesn't seem very clever. He can't do an addition.

    2. I can't answer that question, I haven't studied that grammar rule .

    3. My neighbour is not courageous, I have seen him working in his garden.

    4. My sister is at work by nine o'clock.

    5. I'm going to phone my parents. I haven't heard of them .

    6. I bought my coat ten years ago. I have worn it .

    7. My friend says that she has read such an interesting book.

    8. My father's accident was really serious, he is in hospital.

    9. Have you read one of Virginia Woolf 's books?

    10. Is Tommy stupid? He can answer my questions.

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