My English teacher told us that, verbs should be followed by adverbs.
By I keep hearing Americans say:
and:It's real good.
It's real cool.
Shouldn't they be:I work part-time.
I work full-time.
I'm so confused. And I wonder do Britishers speak like that too?It's really good/cool
I work part-timely/full-timely.
Standard American English:
Ex: really good, really cool
Ex: part-time, full-time
The adverbial suffix -ly is often dropped in speech.
To my knowledge, there part-timely, full-timely are not English.