Adverbs of manner gives us more information about how a verb is done. Adverbs of manner are probably the most common types of adverbs that are used in English. For example - Kate sings beautifully.
Very often, adverbs of manner are adjectives with -ly added to the end, but this is not always the case. Some adverbs of manner will have the same spelling as the adjective form.
Notice how the adverbs are formed by adding -ly to the adjectives bad, correct and quick, although there is a slight spelling change when forming an adverb with the adjective easy - easily.
As mentioned, some adverbs of manner take the same spelling as the adjective and never add an -ly to the end:
My dad works hard. (not hardly)
Kate dances well. (not welly)
Kate passed the exam easily.
They walked quickly to catch the bus.
The birthday party went badly.
Simon answered all the questions correctly.
My mother trimmed the red roses neatly.
I combed my daughters hair carefully because it had lots of tangles.
Please don’t shout at me. Why can’t you talk to me calmly?
Could you please speak more slowly please.
She sings beautifully.
We waited anxiously at the hospital
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