They are mostly correct.Hello guys,
I've been trying to master the adverbs.
My biggest problem is their position.
I'll try to give them a perfect position.
(I'm sorry if my examples are very poor, but examples are one of my weak points.)
He insulted an admin directly after getting warned.
Unfortunately, I don't have time yet.
We tried to quickly work, but it was too quickly, so we broke it completely.
This doesn't work for me. Is there really a non-BrE difference here?
You can say, "We tried to quickly work out the answer".
We tried to work quickly, but it was too quickly, so we broke it completely. (For British English)
He was often missing; that's why we threw him fast out of the clan.
No. "Quickly" would work here. "Fast" would need to be at the end. "They threw him out fast."
This person is now permanently banned on our servers.
However, such a ban can be easily bypassed.
Yesterday, I wrote a tutorial on/about how to fully protect their own files.
Yesterday, I wrote a tutorial how to protect fully their own files. (For British English) ? You seem to be assuming that BrE doesn't allow a split infinitive. Or is there some other principle here?
Anyhow, this example is correct, but the previous one is better.
He definitely has no idea at all.
We have been humiliatingly defeated, although we gave our best.
You have fully the right to park your car here.
No, but the problem is with the expression, not the placement.
We need to drive more carefully.
She speaks English very well.
His presence affects our mood badly. Yes, or "... badly affects our mood"
He constantly comes too late to work.
I really hope that most of the sentences are correct
Adverbs are a tough topic, but I don't give up quickly.
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