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Adverbs and adjectives
What's an adverb?
An adverb is a word which tells us how something happens:
=> How does John walk? He walks quickly.
To form an ADVERB you take the adjective and add -LY : SlowLY, QuickLY.
If the adjective ends with the letter -Y, then change it to -I and then add-LY.
Good has an irregular adverb form: WELL (but the adverb form of BAD is BADLY).
A few adverbs have the same form as their adjectives: HARD - FAST - LATE - EARLY.
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