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Unformatted text preview: In both languages, there are some adverbs that are simple, independent words, but many adverbs are based on an adjective. To create this type of adverb in Spanish, you must use the feminine form of the adjective, if it exists. For example, the word finalmente, does not have a feminine form. The basic rules for creating the feminine form of adjectives are included with the examples in this section. Add mente to the end of the singular, feminine form (whenever possible) of an adjective, and you have an adverb. Adverbs do not vary in form even though you must use the feminine form of the adjective to create the adverb. Table 1 uses several examples to demonstrate how to create an adverb from an adjective that ends in o ....
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- Fall '09