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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #56444: Adverbs and expressions
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    Adverbs and expressions

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    English exercise "Adverbs and expressions" created by hidalgo with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from hidalgo]
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    1. I was waiting for the moment he would be free.

    2. What were you to say ?

    3. I have been expecting him.

    4. I have never found a fault in him .

    5. It is long I first heard of him.

    6. He scarcely smokes.

    7. They complain that they are by their neighbours.

    8. They arrived at 6 o'clock and are there.

    9. Let's start now and work dark.

    10. He did not give up his studies though we thought he might be

    11. Please send us back the enclosed form duly completed three days.

    12. He has produced most of the evidence far.

    13. had he put the receiver down when the phone rang again.

    14. You may come you like.

    15. He used to live in London with his wife the winter.

    16. When I saw him , he seemed very happy.

    17. All efforts to trace the missing person have failed.

    18. I wonder if the roads have been busier.

    19. I want all your exercises to be done next Friday.

    20. He has lived in London he retired.

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