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These types of adverbs provide an opinion on a situation:
FORTUNATELY it's fortunate that, luckily, in a fortunate manner;
UNFORTUNATELY it's regrettable that, unluckily, in an unfortunate manner;
CONSTANTLY always or regularly, without interruption;
OBVIOUSLY evidently, of course, in an obvious manner;
HONESTLY truly, really, in an honest manner;
PATIENTLY with patience, calmly, in a patient manner.
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