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Select the TWO adverbs in the following sentence.
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{{1:If}} {{2:you}} {{3:have}} {{4:a}} {{5:father}} {{6:who}} {{7:knows}} {{8:everything}}, {{9:who}} {{10:speaks}} {{11:seven}} {{12:or}} {{13:eight}} {{14:languages}}, {{15:and}} {{16:has}} {{17:thousands}} {{18:of}} {{19:volumes}} {{20:which}} {{21:he}} {{22:has}} {{23:apparently}} {{24:learned}} {{25:by}} {{26:heart}}, {{27:he}} {{28:frequently}} {{29:expects}} {{30:you}} {{31:to}} {{32:be}} {{33:familiar}} {{34:with}} {{35:the}} {{36:contents}} {{37:of}} {{38:your}} {{39:lesson}} {{40:books}} {{41:at}} {{42:least}}; {{43:and}} {{44:it}} {{45:is}} {{46:not}} {{47:improbable}} {{48:that}} {{49:he}} {{50:will}} {{51:feel}} {{52:you}} {{53:ought}} {{54:to}} {{55:be}} {{56:able}} {{57:to}} {{58:remember}} {{59:a}} {{60:few}} {{61:incidents}} {{62:of}} {{63:history}} {{64:and}} {{65:to}} {{66:write}} {{67:a}} {{68:French}} {{69:exercise}}.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. A Little Princess: Being the Whole Story of Sara Crewe Now Being Told for the First Time. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1905.

A

{{23:apparently}}

B

{{28:frequently}}

C
D
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