The following adverbs are modifiers that modify adjectives in the sentences. Place each one in the correct position in the sentence:
absolutely, deeply, devoutly, happily, heavily, perfectly, poorly, richly, strongly, unbearably

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Example. The problem was difficult to solve. (extremely)

The problem was extremely difficult to solve.

1. Factories in the area are dependent on foreign workers.

1. Factories in the area are heavily dependent on foreign workers.

2. His managed business failed after only two years in operation.

2. His poorly managed business failed after only two years in operation.

3. He was grateful to the public for their generous donations.

3. He was deeply grateful to the public for their generous donations.

4. Our next-door couple has a healthy child.

4. Our next-door couple has a perfectly healthy child.

5. Our neighbour is a Catholic family.

5. Our neighbour is a devoutly Catholic family.

7. The married couple left for their honeymoon in Hawaii.

7. The happily married couple left for their honeymoon in Hawaii.

8. Someone wrote this meaningless phrase on the cave wall.

8. Someone wrote this absolutely meaningless phrase on the cave wall.

9. The parents were opposed to religious education in schools.

9. The parents were strongly opposed to religious education in schools.

10. She still finds the ordeal painful to talk about.

10. She still finds the ordeal unbearably painful to talk about.