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The gentleman was unusually talkative when he came out of the anesthetic. (There are two adverbs in this sentence.)
adverb = unusually modifies was
adverb = out modifies was

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    You are right on the two adverbs. However, "unusually" modifies the adjective "talkative." And "out" modifies "came."

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