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1. Are you going to fly or go by train?


2. Adverbs can modify adjectives.


3. We don't use 'the'with uncountable nouns.


4. John's going to take me to the airport


5. That coat looks ________ on you.



6. She speaks _________ German.


7. Are you doing anything tonight?


8. It sounds ________ to me.


9. Too big'and 'very big'are exactly the same in meaning.


10. They gave me some ________ advice.


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