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5 Dec 2021 — Drive safe

 

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Person driving

"You guys ready? Are you sure you've got everything? Drive safe."

"We all say it. Chevy can help you do it." — Chevrolet Ad Campaign

 

Select all the options that can be used.
 

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“You guys ready? Are you sure you've got everything? Drive safe."

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"You guys ready? Are you sure you've got everything? Drive safely."

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“You guys ready? Are you sure you've got everything? Drive so that you will be safe."

 

GLOSSARY

  • adjective – An adjective is commonly placed before the noun that it modifies. The adjective modifies the existing state of the object noun. Adjective uses.
  • adverb – An adverb often positioned after the verb expresses the manner in which the action is taken or performed. Adverb Uses.
  • resultive modifier – With a particular group of transitive verbs, an adjective can be placed after the object noun to express its resulting state after the action is taken. The meaning expresses "so that it becomes". He pushed the door open. vs. He pushed the open door.

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