More about adverbs and their seven conventions in the English language.
One of the common misconceptions is that all adverbs end in -ly. Even I had thought that before starting my English academic career. But, don’t blame yourselves. We are taught that in school. Remember the ELA (English language arts) teacher saying “if it ends in -ly, it’s an adverb.”
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