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You're a most unusual person. Mostly means 'mainly', 'most often' or 'in most cases'. My friends are mostly non-smokers. pretty The informal adverb of degree pretty is similar to rather (see 205, 468). Prettily means 'in a pretty way'. Compare: I'm getting pretty fed up. Isn't your little girl dressed prettily? quick In an informal style, quick is often used instead of quickly, especially after verbs of movement. I'll get back as quick as I can. real In informal American English, real is often used instead of really before adjectives and adverbs.

That was real nice. He cooks real well. page 18 adverbs or adjectives? confusing cases 21 right Right with adverb phrases means 'just', 'exactly' or (GB only) 'all the way'. She arrived right after breakfast. The snowball hit me right on the nose. Turn the gas right down. (GB) Right and rightly can both be used to mean 'correctly'. Right is only used after verbs, and is usually informal. Compare: I rightly assumed that Henry was not coming. You guessed right. It serves you right. (. . ) sharp Sharp can be used as an adverb to mean 'punctually'.

1 I She sang badly. ) I don't remember him very well. -very-good) page 15 adverbs or adjectives? confusing cases 21 But note that adjective forms are sometimes used as adverbs in an informal style, especially in American English (see 21). She talks funny. For the use of adjectives after copular verbs like look or seem, see 147. 2 other uses These adverbs can also modify adjectives, past participles, other adverbs and adverbial phrases. adverb + adjective 1 It's terribly cold today. (N 0 T terrible-eolsk) adverb + past participle 1 This steak is very badly cooked.

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