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1. It was ________ cold that our hands went blue


2. That's ________ like him


3. It is the first time I've had ________ bad flu since I was a child


4. Don't be ________ silly


5. It's _________ expensive that we're not going.



6. It cost ________ much!


7. I told him not to be ________ stubborn


8. I wasn't expecting ________ many people to be there


9. She's ________ cool


10. I've never eaten ________ dreadful food


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