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Which sentence used an adverb to answer the question “where”?

A. When in a hurry, Maggie walks rapidly

B. Mary left Davenport yesterday.

C. Dwayne searches the want ads daily.

D. John said, “I’ve decide that I’m going away.”

I think the aswer is "D"

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