An adverb of manner basically gives information about how something happens or is done. It normally goes in the end position, i.e. at the end of a clause.
Typical adverbs of manner
- badly, fast, happily, nicely, slowly, suddenly, etc.
- ↑ Swan, Michael. Practical English Usage Oxford University Press 1980 ISBN 0-19-431197 x
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