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Add one suitable adverb to each of these sentences

1.sbusiso walked across the field
2.the grey horse approached the gate
3.dotor tshabalala donated a prize
4.the trainer apologised for arriving late

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    Adverbs are words used to describe verbs the same way adjs describe nouns. They usually end in 'ly.' For example, Writeacher and I HAPPILY helped you with this question. I'm sure you can think of a few!

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