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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #61054: Adverbs
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    Fill the blanks with the most appropriate adverb possible choosing your answer from the options given

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    English exercise "Adverbs" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. P. G . Wodehouse wrote so that it is a pleasure to read his books.

    2. He lived so that it was a foregone conclusion that he would end up as a pauper one day.

    3. He was made to work very as a student and so today work of any magnitude doesn't scare him.

    4. He very passed his time and has as a natural consequence blossomed into a scholar.

    5. God has given us things quite and yet we feel we are poor.

    6. He very wrote his poems and hence people find them quite lovely.

    7. I spoke to him very about his insolent and lazy attitude.

    8. Some people behave very even with women and children. One can only wonder at their wicked nature.

    9. He was wounded and died soon after.

    10. He completes his tasks quite much to the joy and delight of his teachers.

    11. He does his job quite and so everyone admires him

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