ADVERB PRACTICE

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ADVERB PRACTICE

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Four alternative sentences are given. Choose the CORRECT one

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Seldom the barriers between the races seem less in evidence than on this language leading team. 

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During late summer evenings, we would sit on the pouch, swing and rock very slow

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He told me that he was treated very friendly. 

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Very seldom these solutions meet the needs of old people. 

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A child who does not do good in school may need extra attention from parents at home.

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The little boy held his father's hand hardly; he didn't want to lose him 

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The price of the ticket is too expensive to Mike to fly to Europe. 

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When I was younger, I wanted to be a professional tennis player, but I wasn't enough good. 

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I hope to boldly go where there is danger, so I can protect those around me who are not as brave as I am. 

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The roof of the house collapsed due to heavy snowfall; lucky no one was at home when the incident occurred.

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The enrollment in professional courses has dropped considerable due to overall slump in the economy and poor employment prospects for recent college graduates. 

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According to the dean, the goal of gainfully employment is apparently to protect students from getting into unsustainable debt. 

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The happy girl cheerfully greeted her pretty friends and gratefully guests.

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The avid runner ran slowly and steady until he crossed the large finish line.

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He hoped that he would learn to quickly run so that he could win the race, and be the best runner

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We knew that she had got the job when we saw her excited talking on the phone.

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He could scarcely walk, and it was a hardly job getting him down the steep track to Wasdale.

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Although she speaks five languages, she did not do good on the translation exam.

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Don't you notice the tension between the two whenever they're left lonely together?

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One day, climbing on Great Gable, he noticed a girl waving excited from a  dangerous looking ledge. 

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I think there are still people who do not realise that it does affect your life to a prettily serious degree. 

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With all this terrorism stuff late, it seems that signs of regression are starting to appear. 

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His degree, for instance, was not particularly good, and his discipline, though enough good and improving, was not absolutely reliable under all conditions. 

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His eyes gained sparkle; his mind, which was adequate if not brilliantly equipped, began to move more adventurously. 

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If you compare carefully house prices in the two areas, it is quitely amazing how different they are.

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As soon as they were brought, he tied up the woman's throat, and struck the swollen part with much so force that the poor old creature instantly expired. 

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I have to run down the street quickly each morning after breakfast in order to catch my bus to school.

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Tuition increases, say officials, are driven by the universities' costs, consequently, tuition income typically covers less than 50% of college budgets.

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The dessert comes freely with the food and is so good that you are in danger of eating too much and blunting your appetite. 

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The chances of his heart failure are very high as he has used high prohibited dangerous drugs unconsciously

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