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    Unhappy find the adverbs

    Could anyone help me find the adverbs in these sentences:

    (1) "Nicholas, Nicholas!" she screamed, you are to come out of this at once. (2) It's no use trying to hide there; I can see you all the time.
    (3) Presently the angry repetitions of Nichola's name gave way to a shriek, and a cry for somebody to come quickly. (4) Nicholas shut the book, restored it carefully to its place in a corner, and shook some dust from a neighboring pile of newspapers over it.


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    Re: find the adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by mpineda View Post
    Could anyone help me find the adverbs in these sentences:

    (1) "Nicholas, Nicholas!" she screamed, you are to come out of this at once. (2) It's no use trying to hide there; I can see you all the time.
    (3) Presently the angry repetitions of Nichola's name gave way to a shriek, and a cry for somebody to come quickly. (4) Nicholas shut the book, restored it carefully to its place in a corner, and shook some dust from a neighboring pile of newspapers over it.
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    Re: find the adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by mpineda View Post
    Could anyone help me find the adverbs in these sentences:

    (1) "Nicholas, Nicholas!" she screamed, you are to come out of this at once. (2) It's no use trying to hide there; I can see you all the time.
    (3) Presently the angry repetitions of Nichola's name gave way to a shriek, and a cry for somebody to come quickly. (4) Nicholas shut the book, restored it carefully to its place in a corner, and shook some dust from a neighboring pile of newspapers over it.

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