The common rule for adverbs in Spanish is that they end in –mente. Here are some examples:
Note: adverbs in English commonly end in –ly, except for a few irregulars like “well” and “hard”. Also notice that “badly” in Spanish does not have a –mente ending. It is irregular.
Adverbs typically go after the verb in Spanish.
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