Q: Is an adverb a word that modifies a verb? ¶
A: Yes, and adjective, another adverb, determiner, noun phrase, clause, or sentence.
Q: Are adverbs considered a part of speech in traditional English grammar? ¶
A: Yes, and are still included as a part of speech in grammar taught in schools and used in dictionaries.
Q: Is an adverb performed by an expression consisting of more than one word? ¶
A: Yes, and it is called an adverbial phrase or adverbial clause, or simply an adverbial.
Q: Are adverbs formed by removing the adjectival suffices "-ий" "-а" or "-е" from an adjective, and replacing them with the adverbial "-о"? ¶
A: Yes, For example, "швидкий", "гарна", and "смачне" become "швидко", "гарно", and "смачно" , similarly, "быстрый", "хороший" and "прекрасный" become "быстро", "хорошо", "прекрасно". Another wide group of adverbs are formed by gluing preposition to following oblique case form : з from+рідка the rare→зрідка rarely, на onto+долину bottom→надолину downwards.
Q: Are adverbs simply the masculine singular form of the corresponding adjective, one notable exception being bine / bun? ¶
A: Yes, However, there are some Romanian adverbs built from certain masculine singular nouns using the suffix "-ește", such as the following ones: băieț-ește , tiner-ește , bărbăt-ește , frăț-ește , etc.
Q: Are adverbs traditionally regarded as one of the parts of speech? ¶
Q: Are adverbs to act as modifiers of verbs or verb phrases? ¶
Q: Is an adverb most commonly made by adding the endings <-α> or <-ως> to the root of an adjective? ¶
Q: Are adverbs thus seen to perform a wide range of modifying functions? ¶
Q: Is an adverb really two or more words that serve different functions? ¶
Q: Is an adverb differently defined than in the English language? ¶
Q: Are adverbs formed from adjectives by adding '-mente' or '-ment'? ¶
A: Yes, Other adverbs are single forms which are invariable.
Q: Are adverbs mostly placed before the verbs they modify: "Добрий син гарно співає."? ¶
A: Yes, There is no specific word order in East Slavic languages.
Q: Are adverbs typically derived from adjectives by adding the suffix '-t'? ¶
A: Yes, and which makes it identical to the adjective's neuter form.
Q: Is an adverb formed from an adjective by changing the masculine or feminine adjective endings -s and -a to -i? ¶
A: Yes, "Labs", meaning "good", becomes "labi" for "well". Latvian adverbs have a particular use in expressions meaning "to speak" or "to understand" a language.
Q: Are adverbs not formed from adjectives but are made by adding '-e' directly to the word root? ¶