1) It was an (apparent, evident, obvious) remark to make.

2) It became (apparent, evident, obvious) that he was talented.

3) It was (apparent, evident, obvious) a storm was coming in.

4) She laughed for no (apparent, evident, obvious) reason.

5) She ate the biscuits with (apparent, evident, obvious) enjoyment.

6) Ministers met but (apparently, evidently, obviously) failed to make progress.

7) (Apparently, Evidently, Obviously), she thought differently.

8) The child nodded, (apparently, evidently, obviously) content with the promise.

9) Were they old friends? Answer: (Apparently, Evidently, Obviously).

10) Are they friends? Answer: (Apparently, Evidently, Obviously).

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