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5. In the following sentence, which word is an adverb used to modify an adjective? It was quite late for a telephone call. A. telephone B. for C. quite D. late
In the following sentence: "It was quite late for a telephone call," the adverb used to modify an adjective is "quite."
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In the following sentence: "It was quite late for a telephone call," the adverb used to modify an adjective is "quite."


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