Adverbs tweak the meaning of verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, and clauses.Adverbs can be single words, or they can be phrases or clauses. Adverbs answer one
of these four questions: How? When? Where? and Why?.
Many single-word adverbs end in ly.
Many single-word adverbs have no specific ending, such as next, not, often, seldom,
Adjectives describe nouns. We normally use
adjectives in two positions - before nouns and
after 'link' verbs (be, seem, appear, become,
feel, look, taste, sound, smell, get, etc.). Look at the examples below