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    Fatima Llanos is offline Newbie
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    Smile adjectives

    hi, I need your help, please! which adverbs go together this adjectives? paralleled, exhilarating, disappointing, comercialised, sooting, I can't find the answer,I not sure how to work with this topic

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    Philly is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: adjectives

    Hi

    First of all, I think it's much more likely that you would use an adverb with the word 'paralleled' when 'paralleled' is used as a verb. That said, here are some ideas for you:
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    - closely paralleled
    - oddly exhilarating
    - extremely disappointing
    - overly commercialized
    - wonderfully soothing
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