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Lesson 2 Grammar Adverbs
Adverbs modify verbs. They describe the time, place or manner that the action takes place. Most English adverbs end in –ly. Los perros usualmente no llevan ropa. Dogs dont usually wear clothes. Usually describes when the action takes place. Las muchachas están hablando rápidamente. The girls are talking rapidly. Rapidly describes how the action takes place.
Many adverbs are formed from the singular femenine form of an adjective + mente. AdjectiveAdverbMeaning CorrectaCorrectamenteCorrectly LentaLentamenteSlowly EstúpidaEstupidamenteStupidly
Many adverbs have special forms that do not end in –mente. Bien Mal Luego Mañana Nunca Pronto Tarde Siempre Abajo Arriba Aquí Well Badly Later, Then Tomorrow Never Soon Late Always Below (down) Above (up) Here