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I have to identify the adverb and the word or words the adverb modifies.

1.Some kinds of opals are extremely beautiful.
2.The ocean appears especially beautiful at sunrise.
3.On Sunday, the dogs in my neighborhood barked early.
4.No room remained at the end of the row, so everyone moved over.

1.extremely=beautiful
2.especially=beautiful
3.early=barked
4.over=moved

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