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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #71621: Adjective or adverb
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    Adjective or adverb

    For each statement, select the proper adjective or adverb.

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    1. Sales in 2009 were up 30 percent. That's increase!

    2. This follows decrease in 2008 of 5 percent.

    3. If sales continue increasing in 2010, we will need more staff.

    4. However, if they decline, we may have a big problem.

    5. We would have to reduce our staff .

    6. Hopefully, it won't come to that and our business will grow .

    7. Our biggest opportunity is in emerging markets like China and India.

    8. For instance, China is expected to grow 15 percent next year.

    9. India is expected to grow by 10 percent.

    10. If we can capture this growth, our sales could be !

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