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How to form adverbs by adding -ly to adjectives

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We use adverbs to describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They often have the form of an adjective + -ly. There are many types of adverbs, and the ones ending in -ly are usually adverbs of degree (e.g., totally, completely) and adverbs of manner (e.g., quickly, slowly).

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Honestly, you don鈥檛 need to understand Neo Genesis Evangelion to enjoy it.

If you want a large list of adjectives click here!

I recommend this video, to learn more and more, and also, it has a practice guide.
https://youtu.be/QQ04qYwFfi0

She looks happily married to him.
Hopefully, they won the world cup.
these songs are incredibly beautiful.

I can learn fast in Platzi

Good list! That list has adjectives to describe places, personality and physical appearance!

fast -> fastly
left -> leftly
hard -> hard
right -> rightly
outside -> outsidely
straight -> straightly
late -> lately
wel -> welly
little -> littly
early -> earlily

Thanks to f1 driver Esteban Ocon I will never forget the difference between hard and hardly.

Ocon uses the incorrect word choice to great effect

If the adjective ends in l, double the l and add -ly

beautifullly

If the adjective ends in l, add -ly

beautifully

You answer de questions right
You can run fast
this exam was hard

  • She looks happily married to him.
  • Hopefully, they won the world cup.
  • these songs are incredibly beautiful.
  • General rule: add -ly after the adjective
    honest: honestly

  • If the adjective ends in consonant + y, change the y to an i and add -ly
    happy: happily

  • If the adjective ends in ic, add -ally
    magic: magically

  • If the adjective ends in le, change the le to -ly
    possible: possibly

  • If the adjective ends in l, double the l and add -ly
    hopeful: hopefully

I happily spent the day reading my favorite book

Thanks for explanation, I see easily.

I really enjoy learning English because all world speaks this.

honest - honestly
fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

I have learned this quickly

wow list of adjectives thank.

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You can complete what you learned with this video
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Some adverbs (I didn鈥檛 do more because I鈥檓 sleepy):

anciently
awesomely

Beautifully

Boringly

Bustlingly

Charmingly

Contemporarily

Honestly, you don鈥檛 need to understand Neo Genesis Evangelion to enjoy it.

I study calmlly English with Platzi

Some adverbs (I didn鈥檛 do more because I鈥檓 sleepy):

anciently
awesomely

Beautifully

Boringly

Bustlingly

Charmingly

Contemporarily

Compactly

Calmly

Vibrantly

Noisily

Quietly

Bigly

Darkly

Brightly

Expensively

Famously

Fascinatingly

Spectacularly

Dangerously

Aggressively

Ambitiously

Anxiously

Artistically

Bossily

Creatively

el ejemplo esta mal ubicado

Let鈥檚 go home. The ice cream is melting quickly.

talvez era

Let鈥檚 go home. The ice cream is melting easily.

Good list! That list has adjectives to describe places, personality and physical appearance!

I run quickly

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The kids cry dramatically for the toys.
This is a dramatic movie.

fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

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**It was the first time I saw Bob react so angrily. **

Tendria que ser
It was the first time I had seen Bob react so angrily.

Examples:
He is totally happy in his marriage.

My mother and grandmother are incredibly beautiful.

  • Honest - Honestly.
  • Fair - Fairly.
  • Slow - Slowly.
  • Calm - Calmly.
  • Sarah left the party quickly.
  • He was behaving calmly yesterday.
  • Happy - Happily.
  • Lucky - Luckily.
  • Angry - Angrily.
  • Easy - Easily.
  • Let鈥檚 go home. The ice-cream is melting quickly.
  • It was the first time I saw Bob react so angrily.
  • Automatic - Automatically.
  • Dramatic - Dramatically.
  • Basic - Basically.
  • Magic - Magically.
  • These three colors are basically the same.
  • Lately, the weather has changed dramatically.
  • Possible - Possibly.
  • Incredible - Incredibly.
  • Terrible - Terribly.
  • Horrible - Horribly.
  • Skipping class makes me feel terribly guilty.
  • Jacky felt incredibly sad after the final exams.
  • Beautiful - Beautifully.
  • Careful - Carefully.
  • Hopeful - Hopefully.
  • Historical - Historically.
  • Sam sings beautifully.
  • Hopefully, she won鈥檛 see us.
  • Fast.
  • Hard.
  • Right.
  • Late.
  • Well.
  • Early.
  • They can swim really fast.
  • The students are working hard to learn this topic.

this is an important class, I like everything I learned. thank you C茅sar.

  1. Honestly, I don鈥檛 think I鈥檓 ready for this presentation.
  2. I fairly enjoyed the movie, but it wasn鈥檛 the best I鈥檝e seen.
  3. Can you please speak slowly? I鈥檓 not a native English speaker.
  4. She calmly explained the situation to me, which helped me relax.
  5. Honestly, I think we should postpone the trip until the weather gets better.

Honestly, Platzi is amazing for Latinos to learn technology, English, Soft Skills and another themes important in the XXI Century.

Never stop learning.

Good lecture.

鈥淗OW TO FORM ADVERBS BY ADDING* LY TO ADJECTIVES鈥

  1. Fast -> Fastly
  2. Left -> Leftly
  3. Hard -> Hard
  4. Right -> Rightly
  5. Outside -> Outsidely
  6. Straight -> Straightly
  7. Late -> Lately
  8. Well -> Welly
  9. Little -> Littly
  10. Early -> Earlily

Thanks

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This class was hard.

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馃檹 Possibly studying I will go far.
馃槑 Historically, those who speak English have a better chance of success in life.

Some adverbs (I didn鈥檛 do more because I鈥檓 sleepy):

anciently
awesomely

Beautifully

Boringly

Bustlingly

Charmingly

Contemporarily

Clear-ly not it鈥檚 as sounds
Clear-ly she is the same of you

hahahahahah it鈥檚 so fun!

  • Incredibly I win my team.
  • Kaory sings beautifully.
  • Possibly I travel tomorrow morning.
  • Terribly suffered an accident.

Thank you for this class.

I could learn this topic with this example

  • You smell terrible
  • You smell terribly

In the first sentence you are saying that person have a bad smell, but in the second sentences you are saying that your sense of smell don`t work well. I hope help U

Thanks

  • Honestly, trap is the best business in the music industry.
  • Djokovic easily wins the last match against Nadal.
  • He automatically called his sister.
  • Your president is terribly corrupt.
  • Brazil historically has the best soccer players in the world.
  • She was a little late for our appointment.

My practice:
fast -> fastly
left -> leftly
hard -> hard
right -> rightly
outside -> outsidely
straight -> straightly
late -> lately
wel -> welly
little -> littly
early -> earlily

She looks happily married to him.
Hopefully, they won the world cup.
these songs are incredibly beautiful.

Yeah! That鈥檚 right, we鈥檙e working so hard to learn this topic!!!

wow list of adjectives thank.

so important

Honest = Honestly
Fair = Fairly
Slow = Slowly
Calm = Calmly
Happy =Happily
Lucky = Luckily
Angry = Angrily
Easy = Easily
Automatic = Automatically
Dramatic = Dramatically
Basic = Basically
Magic = Magically

Thank you for this reading

honest - honestly
fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

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Some of them have great value. I really enjoy the opportunity to learn fast, simply, and always updated.

For my is one of the most incredibly educational platforms in Latam. The course catalogue is completly and extended.

I hope you can enjoy as i do, all these incredible platform. Never stop learning.

Honestly, you don鈥檛 need to understand Neo Genesis Evangelion to enjoy it.

  • honest - honestly

  • fair - fairly

  • slow - slowly

  • calm - calmly

  • happy - happily

  • lucky - luckily

  • angry - angrily

  • easy - easily

  • automatic - automatically

  • dramatic - dramatically

  • basic - basically

  • magic - magically

Good! 馃憤

  1. honest - honestly
  2. fair - fairly
  3. slow - slowly
  4. calm - calmly
  5. happy - happily
  6. lucky - luckily
  7. angry - angrily
  8. easy - easily
  9. automatic - automatically
  10. dramatic - dramatically
  11. basic - basically
  12. magic - magically
  • She looks happily married to him
  • Fast - Fastly
  • Left - Leftly
  • Hard - Hard
  • Right - Rightly
  • Outside - Outsidely
  • Straight - Straightly
  • Late - Lately
  • Well - Welly
  • Little - Littly
  • Early - Earlily

excellent reinforcement

  • honest - honestly

  • fair - fairly

  • slow - slowly

  • calm - calmly

  • happy - happily

  • lucky - luckily

  • angry - angrily

  • easy - easily

  • automatic - automatically

  • dramatic - dramatically

  • basic - basically

  • magic - magically

She looks happily married to him.
Hopefully, they won the world cup.
these songs are incredibly beautiful.

honest - honestly
fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

General rule: add -ly after the adjective
honest: honestly

If the adjective ends in consonant + y, change the y to an i and add -ly
happy: happily

If the adjective ends in ic, add -ally
magic: magically

If the adjective ends in le, change the le to -ly
possible: possibly

If the adjective ends in l, double the l and add -ly
hopeful: hopefully

fast -> fastly
left -> leftly
hard -> hard
right -> rightly
outside -> outsidely
straight -> straightly
late -> lately
wel -> welly
little -> littly
early -> earlily

this class is very assertive to learn

excelent class

Thank u

Thanks

The list of adverbs we don鈥檛 have to add -ly, I have seen 鈥渓ately鈥 as an adverb sometimes.

Let me try鈥

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  • Luckily, Platzi exists.

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  • Do you hear it? Magically, Colombia鈥檚 male team is going to participate in Qatar '22 world football cup.

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  • These fully raining days make me feel really empty.

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  • Every person in the world historically receives a God鈥檚 second chance.

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  • I鈥檓 late, for lunch.

Thanks

Understanding the subject of adjectives and adverbs

honest - honestly
fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

fastly
leftly
hardly
rightly
outsidtly
straightly
latly
wellly
littly
early

honest - honestly
fair - fairly
slow - slowly
calm - calmly
happy - happily
lucky - luckily
angry - angrily
easy - easily
automatic - automatically
dramatic - dramatically
basic - basically
magic - magically

I honestly didn鈥檛 understand馃槄

I love course 馃挀

Great class

thanks for this class

I recommend this video, to learn more and more, and also, it has a practice guide.
https://youtu.be/QQ04qYwFfi0

The exam is hard
the delivery is very fast
Sonia dances beautifully
the city is important historically
Can you speak slowly please

Adjective Adverb
honest honestly
fair fairly
slow slowly
calm calmly

She looks happily married to him.
Hopefully, they won the world cup.
these songs are incredibly beautiful.

Thanks for the information.
Good class Teacher Cesar 馃槂

He had gotten in the car quickly
When the police intercepted him, he calmly put the weapon down and walked slowly toward the officer

Nice

adjective: honest, fair, slow, calm.

very interesting the diference

OK

early

little