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1. I felt ________ when I moved to London becuase I had few friends there.


2. I OFTEN work in the evening


3. THEY left early


4. It's a ________ house.


5. There was ________ room on the train.



6. A LEISURELY lunch


7. I UTTERLY disagree with you


8. My children go to school LOCALLY


9. It's ________ film.


10. The ________ visitors were Japanese.


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