This unit is is designed to acquaint you with topics relating to adjectives and adverbs. Upon completion of this unit you will be familiar with: adjectives and adverbs, the position of adjectives, the position of adverbs, and some important adverbs

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Lesson 64: Adjective and Adverbs

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"Lesson 64: Adjective and Adverbs contains instruction on adjectives and adverbs. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Lesson 65: Position of Adjectives

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"Lesson 65: Position of Adjectives contains instruction on how adjectives can be placed in a noun phrase or alone. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Lesson 66: Position of Adverbs

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"Lesson 66: Position of Adverbs contains instruction on the different positions of adverbs. There is one practice exercise so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 66.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 66.1 tests your knowledge of word order.
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Lesson 67: Some Important Adverbs

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"Lesson 67: Some Important Adverbs contains instruction on the most important adverbs, such as really, almost, hardly, just, too, enough, and very. There are two practice exercises so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 67.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 67.1 tests your knowledge of when to use almost, hardly, just, or really.
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Exercise 67.2

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 67.2 tests your knowledge of when to use too, enough, or very.
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