Here are something I read some days ago for you to share.
1.There is definitely no need for you to apologize about not returning my email
2.Fortunately their friendship has blossomed and I certainly hope that it will continue for them.
3.He has been of the opinion that he would never get romantically invovled with a colleague or a student that he was teaching.
4.Tomorrow looks like it will probably not be so quite busy.
5.I sincerely hope your day is better with the weather conditions-maybe a little sunshine and no rain.
6.I have just finished a class, which actually did include a Japanese girl who recently married a New Zealand man.
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I like English adverbs very much,however,I can not use them freely and correctly sometimes. I find it beautiful to have an adverb at the beginning or in the middle or at the end of a sentence because they seem not just only make sense but keep the balance of beauty of a sentence. otherwise, the sente