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Attitude adverbs for CEFR Level B2
Complete the email below with a suitable attitude adverb from the choices given. Use each word ONCE only.
obviously really personally hopefully unfortunately luckily honestly
I hope you are well. I am 1 looking forward to seeing you when you come and visit next weekend.
2 I won’t be able to meet you at the train station as I now have to work late, but 3 James will be in town on Friday evening and he says he can come and pick you up instead. He’ll be there at 5pm when your train gets in. I can meet you both at my flat, 4 at around 6.30pm if the traffic isn’t too bad!
We can go out for dinner somewhere. 5 I wouldn’t mind going to our local Japanese restaurant – it’s only 5 minutes’ walk from my place. 6 , it’s so worth going to while you are here. The food is fantastic and the people are so friendly, but we can go somewhere else if you’d prefer.
As it’s winter it will 7 be cold here in Scotland so bring plenty of warm clothes with you!
Hope you have a great week and I’m looking forward to seeing you soon.