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K: This is Everyday Grammar. I’m Kaveh.
L: And I’m Lucija. Phew, I thought I was going to be late. It’s a good thing that I ran here quickly. 
K: Well, we’re all glad that you made it on time. But why did you say, “ran quickly” instead of just “ran?” 
L: Well, I did run quickly. So, I needed a word to describe the verb “run.” 
K: Ah, so that would be an adverb then, correct?
L: Yes, that’s true! Adverbs are often misunderstood.
K: Then let’s make today’s episode all about adverbs!
K: Adverbs usually describe verbs. But they can also describe adjectives and even other adverbs. 
L: Adverbs express manner. They express how, where and why an action is done. 
V: “She completely understands him.” “He literally wrecked his car.” 
K: Notice that many adverbs have an “–ly” ending, like “quickly,” “surely” and “certainly,” but others do not. 
L: Some adverbs can go almost anywhere in a sentence. Like, “sometimes.”
V: “Sometimes, I feel sad.” “I sometimes feel sad.” “I feel sad sometimes.”
L: Other adverbs can only go in one position. 
K: You’ll have to memorize which adverbs can only go in one position. But even if you make a mistake, people will usually know what you mean.
L: That’s true. And with enough practice, adverbs are really not so difficult after all. 
K: Yup! You are so completely right.
L: And that’s Everyday Grammar.

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