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maybe

maybe

/ˈmeɪbi/
adverb
used to show that you are uncertain about the occurrence, correctness, or truth of something

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never

never

/ˈnɛvɝ/
adverb
not in any situation; at no time

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always

always

/ˈɔɫˌweɪz/, /ˈɔɫwiz/
adverb
on all occasions; at all times

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back

back

/ˈbæk/
adverb
in the direction behind us

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most

most

/ˈmoʊs/, /ˈmoʊst/
adverb
used for forming the superlative of several adverbs and adjectives

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all

all

/ˈɔɫ/
adverb
to the full or complete degree

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probably

probably

/ˈpɹɑbəˌbɫi/, /ˈpɹɑbɫi/
adverb
used for saying that something is likely to happen or be the case

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pretty

pretty

/ˈpɹɪti/
adverb
to a degree somewhat high

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ever

ever

/ˈɛvɝ/
adverb
on any occasion; at any time

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all right

all right

/ˈɔːl ɹˈaɪt/
adverb
to an extent or in a manner that is acceptable

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already

already

/ɔˈɹɛdi/, /ɔɫˈɹɛdi/
adverb
before now or a specific point in time

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of course

of course

/ʌv kˈoːɹs/
adverb
used to give permission or express agreement
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And Glasgow is, of course, a big football city.

They chose, of course, the Apple II.

Of course, by that time the damage had been done.

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about

about

/əˈbaʊt/
adverb
used with a number to show that it is not exact

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far

far

/ˈfɑɹ/
adverb
to or at a great distance

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long

long

/ˈɫɔŋ/
adverb
for a great amount of time

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together

together

/təˈɡɛðɝ/
adverb
near to or with something or someone else

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almost

almost

/ˈɔɫˌmoʊst/
adverb
used to say that something is nearly the case but not completely
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Now you have negative equity and owe the bank almost $400,000.

The leader of a group of people almost always has a title.

Almost immediately, UPC bar codes began to appear on hundreds of other products.

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a lot

a lot

/ɐ lˈɑːt/
adverb
to a large degree
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They smile a lot.

She was a good teacher, and she laughed a lot with the children in her class.

A lot more will be needed if homeowners head to the faraway hills.

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else

else

/ˈɛɫs/
adverb
in addition to what is already mentioned or known
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But I was looking for someone else.

While Stevenson's muscles told him one thing, the digital video might display something else.

But the Iowa scientists did something else.

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sometimes

sometimes

/ˈsəmˌtaɪmz/, /səmˈtaɪmz/
adverb
on some occasions but not always
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Sometimes, the product name sounds like another descriptive word that has a positive meaning.

Sometimes the evidence will even show why it took place; that is, the motive for the killing.

Sometimes the word germs is used to describe harmful bacteria.

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often

often

/ˈɔfən/, /ˈɔftən/
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many times or on many occasions

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once

once

/ˈwəns/
adverb
for one single time

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later

later

/ˈɫeɪtɝ/
adverb
at some point in the future; after the time mentioned

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exactly

exactly

/ɪɡˈzæktɫi/
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used to indicate that something is completely accurate or correct

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basically

basically

/ˈbeɪsɪkɫi/
adverb
used to state one’s opinion while emphasizing or summarizing its most important aspects
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So, basically, you can use it as a regular alarm clock.

You basically act like we're the dirt on the bottom of your shoe

And I am basically being treated for the tendinitis and then we'll see what happens, OK?

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