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Does this sentence sound right? I need to use two adverbs in a sentence.
John quickly ran across the bridge.

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    The sentence is all right, but has only one adverb, "quickly". "Across" is a preposition.

    You said you needed two adverbs.

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    It's a good sentence, but you've only used one adverb, "quickly."

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