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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93037: Adverb or adjective
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    1. Because we were tired, we decided to walk at a ( )   [le...] pace.

    2. I think we should favour ( )   [l...] grown vegetables to preserve the planet.

    3. This girl is very clever; she takes a ( )   [l...] interest in everything.

    4. He has worked very hard so ( )   [lo...] he should pass his mathematic exam.

    5. When Harold made his marriage proposal, he looked at his future wife ( )   [l...].

    6. This girl is ( )   [l...] because she doesn't have any friends.

    7. Yesterday I met a former classmate. It was ( )   [l...] to see him again.

    8. He got a flat tyre but ( )   [l...] no accident occurred.

    9. The dog ( )   [l...] stood by his master.

    10. ( )   [La...], there are still people suffering from starvation in the world.

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