Adverbs of Frequency (always/often/never) Exercises - Test 1

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  • 1. They had never heard anything like it before.
  • 2. Now were to come repose, enjoyment, and the calm delights of which he had so often dreamed.
  • 3. However, this is not always the case.
  • 4. Truth is the same, and will make its way, but this subject might be illustrated by a study of the relation of Christianity and of the brotherhood of men to machinery.
  • 5. But, unfortunately, this is not the case.
  • 6. I thought I should see you again.
  • 7. It seemed as if they would stop.
  • 8. Concealment, as so happens, was impossible.
  • 9. Now, since his master and mistress liked him as well as any man of his condition that was in their service, he was not able to visit his wife as as he could have wished.
  • 10. Why had he thought of it before?
  • 11. Why had she thought of it before?
  • 12. In a letter to me, in 1839, Mr. Herbert told me that he had then tried the experiment during five years, and he continued to try it during several subsequent years, and with the same result.
  • 13. Yet this is not the case.
  • 14. I saw such a person in my life.
  • 15. I have seen any of them.
  • 16. You may say it to me as as you like.
  • 17. Still, there was the chance.
  • 18. Write to us as as you can.
  • 19. I then gave more attention to the subject, and as as propriety allowed of it, I related to those whose lives had so passed before me the substance of my dream-vision, to obtain from them its contradiction or confirmation.
  • 20. Their names cannot be too repeated.

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