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ADVERBS(ADVANCED)




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ADVERBS (ADVANCED)
Choose the meaning that fits the sentence,write a letter in the box.
1.a.-He only ate a bit of bread.
��b.-Only he ate a bit of bread.
Nobody else ate it.
2.a.-Honestly, do you think he will get it?
���b.-Do you think he will get it honestly?
� �I want your sincere opinion.
3.a.-Frankly,she doesn�t want to talk about that.
���b.-She�doesn�t want to talk about that frankly.
�� To tell you the truth,she doesn�t feel like talking.
4.a.-We have often told them�not to do that .
���b.-We have told them�not to do that often�.
�� We don�t want them to repeat the same action so many� times.
5.a.-Mary only promised to write once a month.
�� b.-�Only Mary promised to write once a month.
Nobody else said they were going to write.
6.a.-I don�t really like his parents.
�� b.-I really don�t like his parents.
�� I don�t like them at all.
7.a.-Has he come late?
�� b.-Has he come lately
�� Was he late?
8.a.-Just wait here.
�� b.-Wait just here.
�� Don�t do anything else.
9.a.-This is her last play.
�� b.-This is her latest play.
She isn�t going to write more plays.
10.a.-At length,I wrote to the manager of the company and complained.
��� b.-I wrote to the manger of the company at length and complained
��It was a long letter
Choose the meaning that better fits the sentence,write a letter in the box.
1.a.-He only ate a bit of bread.
��b.-Only he ate a bit of bread.
�He couldn�t �get more than that
2.a.-Honestly, do you think he will get it?
���b.-Do you think he will get it honestly?
Do you think he�ll be honest
3.a.-Frankly,she doesn�t want to talk about that.
���b.-She�doesn�t want to talk about that frankly.
I think she is lying
4.a.-We have often told them�not to do that .
���b.-We have told them�not to do that often�.
�We have insisted they shouldn�t
5.a.-Mary only promised to write once a month.
�� b.-�Only Mary promised to write once a month.
She didn�t say she was phoning or coming
6.a.-I don�t really like his parents.
�� b.-I really don�t like his parents.
�� I am not sure� about what I think�about them
7.a.-Has he come late?
�� b.-Has he come lately
��Have you seen him recently?
8.a.-Just wait here.
�� b.-Wait just here.
��Don�t leave this room.
9.a.-This is her last play.
�� b.-This is her latest play.
this her newest, most recent play
10.a.-At length,I wrote to the manager of the company and complained.
��� b.-I wrote to the manager of the company at length and complained
��I finally decided to write to the manager
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