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Iddetifying Adverbs, need to find all adverbs in the sentences below some might not have any.

1. There is a big sale at the mall.
Is no adverb

2. She fells happy when she finds a real deal. Is no adverb

3. If you want a good deal, stay close to Denicece. Adverb close

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