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  • Answer the questions carefully after learing your lesson of the day.

! Little tricks: Do not send your answers until you are completely sure of it. !

! You will not be able to connect yourself after that. !

! Take your time and do not hesitate to google new words. !

! Go back to lesson of the day section from time to time. !

1- Read the article and Choose the correct adverb.

    Research is being carried out to find out whether it’s onlyeven humans who can appreciate and produce
    art, or whether animals can do it toojust. Both elephants and chimpanzees have been trained to produce
    paintings such as the one in the photo , but are these really works for art or alonejust random shapes and
    lines ? Elephants and chimpanzees can see a range of colour, but animals who are completely colour-blind,
    such as seals, have alsoonly been trained to paint . The artwork they produce evenalone looks similar to
    pictures painted by elephants . However, since they do not see in colour, surely we have to deduce that
    these paintings can tooonly be random strokes, however much we would like to believe otherwise .

    2 – Put the adverb in brackets in the correct position in the sentence. In some sentences there is more than one possibility.

      1) I bought some new shirts and I bought a cool pair of shoes. (also)
      I bought some new shirts and I bought a cool pair of shoes. (also)
      2) Jeremy doesn’t know the answer and he’s the cleverest kid in the class. (even)

      3) I think it’s Richard coming tonight. Everyone else is too busy. (just)

      4) My teacher thinks local history is really interesting. My father thinks it is interesting. (as well)

      5) She wanted to come but she couldn’t. (too)

      6) I’m asking you to do the dishes. I’m not asking you to do anything else. (only)

      7) Sue finished the race in time. All the others took too long. (alone)

      8) I have to finish this last exercise and then I can come out. (just)

      3 – Rewrite the first sentence using the adverb in bold.

        1) Did you also meet the rest of the band?
        Did you ?
        2) Steffi was the only person who passed the exam.
          Steffi .
        3) We like Bollywood movies as well.
          We .
        4) My parents don’t listen to anything except classical music.
          My parents .
        5) I want to be left in peace, that’s all.
          I .
        6) He does most of the housework, including the cooking.


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