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Adverbs of manner - Los adverbios de modo Un adverbio de modo modifica un verbo y nos dice algo sobre la manera en que

se realiza la accin. Este tipo de adverbios responde a la pregunta how? (cmo). Se suele formar aadiendo la terminacin -ly a un adjetivo. los adverbios normalmente van detr s del verbo. She sings beautifully. He runs quickly. Elephants move slowly. !lgunas palabras que acaban en -ly son adjetivos y no adverbios" She is a lovely person. He is a friendly man. Hardly (apenas)# rarely (raramente)# lately ($ltimamente) y recently (recientemente) son adverbios de frecuencia y no de modo# aunque acaben en -ly. Spelling rules - Reglas ortogrficas %ara formar un adverbio solemos aadir -ly al adjetivo. Sin embargo# f&jate en lo siguiente"

!adimos -ly a los adjetivos que acaban en vocal+l y a los adjetivos que acaban en consonante+e. careful ==> carefully polite ==> politely !adimos -y a los adjetivos que acaban en -ll. full ==> fully 'os adjetivos que acaban en consonante+le pierden la -e y aaden -e. comfortable ==> comfortably terrible ==> terribly 'os adjetivos que acaban en -y# cambian la -y en -i antes de aadir la terminacin -ly. happy ==> happily noisy ==> noisily 'os adjetivos que acaban en -ic aaden -ally. tragic ==> tragically

(ay algunas e)cepciones a las reglas anteriores" El adjetivo good (bueno) se convierte en well. He is a good dancer. He dances well. ast (r pido)# late (tarde)# straight (recto)# early (temprano) y hard (duro) mantienen la misma forma para el adjetivo y el adverbio. Su uso depende de su posicin en la frase. He!s a hard wor"er. He wor"s hard.

ADVERBS !dverbs are *ords t+at tell us t+ings about t+e verb. !dverbs tell us in *+at *ay somet+ing +appens or in *+at *ay someone does somet+ing. #dverbs can describe or modify a verb$ an ad%ective or another adverb (e plays t+e sa) beautifully ,eautifully is an adverb" it describes t+e verb -play.+ese buildings are very tall /ery is an adverb" it modifies t+e adjective -tall(e ran incredibly quic0ly 1ncredibly is an adverb" it modifies t+e ot+er adverb in t+e sentence -quic0ly!s *e *ill see# adverbs frequently end in -ly. &et$ t+e -ly ending is not a guarantee t+at t+at *ord is an adverb (many *ords and p+rases not ending in ly +ave adverbial functions as *ell) E'amples( words li"e lovely$ lonely$ friendly$ for instance# are adjectives" S+e +as a lovely voice 'unatics are lonely people 2olp+ins are friendly creaturas )inds of adverbs !dverbs of manner" t+ey ans*er t+e question (34 Ejemplos" easily# slo*ly# quic0ly# carefully# etc (e easily s*allo*ed t+e pill .+e train is coming very slo*ly" t+ere *as an accident 2on5t spea0 so quic0ly. 1 am trying to understand %ut in t+e dis0 carefully in t+e cd rom

Adverbs of Manner List


Adverbs of manner form the largest group of adverbs. We make most of them simply by adding -ly to their corresponding adjective. This is an alphabetical list of 130 common single- ord adverbs of manner. Adverbs of manner that do not end in -ly are sho n in bold. accidentally angrily an!iously a k ardly badly beautifully blindly boldly bravely brightly busily calmly carefully carelessly cautiously cheerfully clearly closely correctly courageously cruelly daringly deliberately doubtfully eagerly easily elegantly enormously enthusiastically e"ually eventually e!actly faithfully fast fatally fiercely fondly foolishly fortunately frankly frantically generously gently gladly gracefully greedily happily hard hastily healthily honestly hungrily hurriedly inade"uately ingeniously innocently in"uisitively irritably joyously justly kindly la#ily loosely loudly madly mortally mysteriously neatly nervously noisily obediently openly painfully patiently perfectly politely poorly po erfully promptly punctually "uickly "uietly rapidly rarely really recklessly regularly reluctantly repeatedly rightfully roughly rudely sadly safely selfishly sensibly seriously sharply shyly silently stupidly successfully suddenly suspiciously s iftly tenderly tensely thoughtfully tightly truthfully une!pectedly victoriously violently vivaciously armly eakly earily well ildly isely

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