King says comics exist largely to eliminate the adverb, and that for Grayson, action is character.
Mistaking o for the adverb, meaning then, he altered speche into speke, spoiling the rhyme.
There seemed a dim, treacherous comfort in the adverb, and he stayed with her.
Its function is the same as that of an adverb (promptly) or an adverbial phrase (on the stroke of the bell).
The participle may also have the character of an adjective, the adverb either of an adjective or of a preposition.
By applying this rule you can always readily determine whether the word in question is an adverb or a preposition.
The position of the adverb should be as near as possible to the word it qualifies.
When an adverb like deinceps stands between an adjective and a noun, it has the value of an adjective.
It is not an instance of an adverb governed by a preposition.
If the added word applies to the subject of the verb, it should be an adjective; if to the verb, it should be an adverb.
A part of speech that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Adverbs usually answer such questions as “How?” “Where?” “When?” or “To what degree?” The following italicized words are adverbs: “He ran well”; “She ran very well”; “The mayor is highly capable.”
Note: Adverbs are often formed by adding -ly to an adjective, as in truly or deeply.