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Which words in the sentence "I spoke too harshly to my parents" are adverbs?

Select all that apply.

arshly


too


to


parents

Would this be harshly?

In the sentence "I quickly looked everywhere for Noah's blanket," which words are adverbs?

Select all that apply.

everywhere


quickly


for


looked

Would this be quickly?

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  1. 1, harshly is correct. There's another adverb.

    2. quickly is correct. What is the other adverb?

  2. too?

    and

    everywhere?

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  3. Yes. Now your answers are right.

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