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so

so

/ˈsoʊ/
adverb
very much or to a great amount

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just

just

/ˈdʒəst/, /dʒɪst/
adverb
no one and nothing more

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now

now

/ˈnaʊ/
adverb
at this moment or time

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when

when

/ˈhwɛn/, /ˈhwɪn/, /ˈwɛn/, /ˈwɪn/
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at what time; in what situation

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here

here

/ˈhiɹ/
adverb
to, in, or at this position or place

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then

then

/ˈðɛn/
adverb
after the thing mentioned

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how

how

/ˈhaʊ/
adverb
in what manner or in what way
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He thought it was possible to understand human behavior if we understood how the brain functioned.

They learned that head bumps could not explain how people behaved.

How does a Segway compare to a bicycle?

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really

really

/ˈɹiɫi/, /ˈɹɪɫi/
adverb
used to put emphasis on a statement

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very

very

/ˈvɛɹi/
adverb
in a high or to a great degree

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also

also

/ˈɔɫsoʊ/
adverb
used to introduce another fact or idea in addition to something already mentioned
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Treatment that doesn't work is also a waste of time.

The team must also decide if the focus will be on domestic sales or if the baby food will be exported to foreign countries.

It also leaves malaria parasites in the human's skin.

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where

where

/ˈhwɛɹ/, /ˈwɛɹ/
adverb
to or in what place, situation, or position

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there

there

/ˈðɛɹ/
adverb
to, in, or at that place or position

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even

even

/ˈivɪn/
adverb
used to show that something is surprising or is not expected

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actually

actually

/ˈækˌtʃuəɫi/, /ˈækʃəɫi/, /ˈæktʃɫi/
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used to emphasize a fact or the truth of a situation

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more

more

/ˈmɔɹ/
adverb
used for forming the comparative of many adverbs and adjectives

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kind of

kind of

/kˈaɪnd ʌv/
adverb
in some ways or to some extent
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Not everyone thinks this kind of surveillance is a good thing.

These are two kinds of imaginary lines drawn on maps or globes representing the Earth.

I think we are innately suspicious of this kind of rapid cognition.

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right

right

/ˈɹaɪt/
adverb
used to indicate the exact time or place of something

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why

why

/ˈhwaɪ/, /ˈwaɪ/
adverb
used for asking the purpose of or reason for something

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as

as

/ˈæz/, /ˈɛz/
adverb
used in making a comparison between two things or persons

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only

only

/ˈoʊnɫi/
adverb
with anyone or anything else excluded

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still

still

/ˈstɪɫ/
adverb
up to now or the time stated

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well

well

/ˈwɛɫ/
adverb
in a way that is right, good, or satisfactory

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too

too

/ˈtu/
adverb
more than enough; to an extent that is not necessary

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again

again

/əˈɡeɪn/, /əˈɡɛn/
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once more; one more time

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much

much

/ˈmətʃ/
adverb
to a large extent or degree

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