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I need a sentence with these adverbs in it.... tomorrow, there, hurriedly, very

I need a sentence with any of these adverbs before, tomorrow, there, here, carefully, hurriedly, very, or hardly.

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"I hardly think it's necessary to carry those bricks so carefully."

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