Adverbs - adjectives: bueno good malo bad mejor better peor...

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Spanish adverbs are formed by adding -mente to the feminine form of the adjective. Spanish -mente corresponds to the English adverbial suffix -ly: -, historicamente historically + intensamente in tensely 4 lentamente slowly -1 locamente crazily 4 profundamente deeply 4 seriamente seriously Adjectives that do not have a distinct feminine form add -inente to the masculine/feminine singular: -, amablemente kindly -I facilmente easily -, felizmente happily 4 inteligentemente intelligently -. trisiemente sadly Several adverbs either have irregular forms or are identical to the corresponding
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Unformatted text preview: adjectives: bueno good malo bad mejor better peor worse Many adverbs of quantity have no suffix but are identical to the masculine singular of the adjective: ADVERBS Hon of adverbs histOrico historic intenso intense lento slow loco crazy profundo deep serio serious amable kind facil easy feliz happy inteligente intelligent triste sad - bien well 4 mal badly , mejor better 4 peor worse Adverbs referring to loudness and softness have no ending: hablar alto/bajo hablat fuerte to speak loudly, softly to speak loudly mucho demasiado ms poco tanto menos...
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH 100 taught by Professor Tetu during the Spring '99 term at UPR Arecibo.

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