Unformatted text preview: Exception: lent (slow) - lentement (slowly). The following adverbs take - before the ending: aveuglment (blindly), enormment, prcisment, profondment (deeply). The following adverbs are irregular: Bon, Bien, (good/well) Bref, Brivement , (brief/briefly) Gentil, Gentiment, (nice/nicely) Mauvais, Mal, (bad/badly) Meilleur, Mieux, (better/best) Rapide, Vite, (quick/quickly) Position of adverbs Adverbs usually follow the verb: e.g., Elle parle doucement . However, in the case of compound tenses, (eg., Past) the adverb usually comes between the auxiliary verb and the main verb: e.g., Il a bien travaill....
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- Grammatical number, Romance languages, Inflection, adjective ends, Elle parle