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                 ADVERB PHRASES

1.In each of the following sentences replace the ADVERB  in italics by an ADVERB PHRASE of the same meaning.

a. The pigeon flies swiftly.
    The pigeon flies
 
b. Did Anne behave well?
    Did Anne behave   ?
 
c. Go away.
    Go
 
d. The dying man replied feebly.
    The dying man replied .
 
e. Gently fell the rain
      fell the rain.
 
f. We will pitch our tents just here.
    We will pitch our tents just
 
g. He expect to get promotion soon.
    He expects to get promotion .
 
 
 
 

 

       

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