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How to form Adverbs from Adjectives? - English Grammar Lesson

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For most of us forming adverbs can be tricky. In this English Grammar lesson you will some tips to forms adverbs and spell them correctly. Adverbs describe verbs ( actions) however are formed from adjectives. Below are some rules in order to form adverbs correctly.

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The basic rule is that 'ly' is added to the end of the adjective.

Examples:
Quick - Quickly
Sudden - Suddenly
Special - Specially


Adjectives that end with 'e', we simply add 'ly' to form adverbs

Examples:
Nice- Nicely
Polite - Politely

However, there are few exceptions where the adjectives end with 'e' but to form adverbs 'e' is replaced by 'ly'

Examples:
True - Truly
Whole - Wholly
Due - Duly
Full - Fully

Adjectives that end in 'y' we remove the 'y' and add 'ily'

Examples:
Crazy - crazily
Happy - Happily
Lazy - Lazily
Hungry - Hungrily

If the adjectives end with 'le' we replace the final 'e' with 'y' to form adverbs

Examples:
Terrible -Terribly
Comfortable - Comfortably
Incredible - Incredibly
Possible - Possibly

Adjectives ending with 'ic' we simply add 'ally'

Examples:
Ironic - Ironically
Realistic - Realistically
Enthusiastic - Enthusiastically

Hope these tips are helpful to you to form adverbs and to spell them correctly.

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