SubCat adverbs as modifiers
Lexical Range 2
Level B1
Cando Can use an increasing range of adverbs ('completely', 'obviously', 'clearly', 'actually', 'luckily', 'honestly', 'sadly', 'basically', 'obviously', 'hopefully') to indicate an attitude or viewpoint.
Corrected Learner Example I am completely sure. (Spanish - European, B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2009)

It's obviously much more fun to go on vacation with your friends, but your parents will be sad and worry about you all the time you're gone. (German, B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2008)

I am clearly a fashion victim and it's not a fault. (French, B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2006)

Actually she's my best friend I met her this year when the school started. (Turkish B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2009)

Luckily my cousin is now recovering of his illness and all my family is really happy. (B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2003)

I don't watch a lot of TV, sadly I don't have time. (Spanish - Latin American, B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2010)

Surely it depends where your family goes, and where you are going to go with your friends! (Italian, B1 THRESHOLD, Pass, 2008)
Uncorrected Learner Example
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