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14.9: Lesson Thirty-three

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Review of Adverbs with -ly

1. Use the suffix -ly to turn the following nouns, adjectives, and verbs into adverbs. Show the process that it takes to make each word. Sometimes you will have to add one suffix, sometimes more than one. Remember that you can often use -less and -ful to turn nouns into adjectives and that you can turns verbs into adjectives by adding -ed or -ing. Sometimes you may think of two adverbs that you can make from a stem word. If so, go ahead and make both of them. Just squeeze them in somewhere.

Noun, Adjective, or Verb Process Adverb
haste hast\cancel{e} + \cancel{y} + i + ly hastily
accident
actual
enthusiastic
extraordinary
heart
origin
promise
necessary
patriot
success
thought
disappoint
base
use
solemn
satisfactory
scientific
surprise
person
sun
occasion
angry
care
steady
uneasy
logic
immediate
fortune
admit
decide
busy
ecstatic
ice
faith

2. Now try some the other way around. Combine the elements you are given to form adverbs:

Elements Adverb
muse + ic + al + ly musically
in + ex + act + ly
in + com + rect + ly
in + stinct + ive + ly
in + medi + ate + ly
inter + est + ed + ly
ordin + ary + ly
sub + cinct + ly
in + ex + feet + ive + ly
un + hurry + ed + ly
un + doubt + ed + ly
tempor + ary + ly

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