I do not know **exactly**.

That’s **exactly** my point.

He wasn’t **exactly** a ser.

He came home **exactly** at ten.

You will do **exactly** as I say.

Tell me **exactly** where he lives.

The play began **exactly** on time.

Where **exactly** are you from in Venezuela?

He did **exactly** as I had told him.

She didn’t **exactly** agree with me.

This isn’t **exactly** what I wanted.

The plane took off **exactly** at six.

What **exactly** are your goals in this class?

What **exactly** is the basis of his complaint?

He described **exactly** what happened.

Checking the clock it was **exactly** .

The play will start at 5:00 **exactly**.

What **exactly** is the object of this exercise?

Explain **exactly** what the reasons are.

The exam will begin at **exactly** 11:00.

I reached the hilltop **exactly** at five.

Follow me and do **exactly** the way I do it.

I don’t know **exactly** when he will arrive.

Our plane took off **exactly** at p.

m.

Everything is proceeding **exactly** as planned.