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    Using adverbs with two forms !

    Hi, could you tell me how to use adverbs with two forms as i dont quite understand how to write them correctly in a sentence, example : just , justly , hard hardly ,etc,,,,thank you , bye !

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    Re: Using adverbs with two forms !

    They have different meaning:
    He acted justly = fairly
    He just finished = very recently
    I worked hard = made a great efort
    I hardly worked = did almost nothing

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