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Combining Sentences with Adverbs. 2 minute edits. Combine sentences with Adverbs. I am going to the park. I am going today. We sat still. We sat in our chairs. We sat still in our chairs. Still we sat in our chairs. c. On our chairs, we sat still.

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## Combining Sentences with Adverbs

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**Combining Sentences with Adverbs**2 minute edits**Combine sentences with Adverbs**I am going to the park. I am going today. We sat still. We sat in our chairs. We sat still in our chairs. Still we sat in our chairs. c. On our chairs, we sat still. d. We sat still, we sat in our chairs. • I am going today to the park. • I am going to the park today. • Today I am going, to the park. • I am going to the park and I am going today.**Combine sentences with Adverbs**I watched my favorite show. I watched it yesterday. We ran to the park. We ran quickly We to the park ran quickly. We ran to the park, and we ran quickly. c. We quickly ran to the park d. We quickly, ran to the park. • I watched, my favorite show yesterday. • I watched my favorite show, and I watched it yesterday. • I watched yesterday my favorite show. • Yesterday I watched my favorite show.

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