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    Using of adverbs

    Is a right us comfortably and fashionably as adverbs.

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    Re: Using of adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ramizi View Post
    Is it right to use "comfortably" and "fashionably" as adverbs?
    Welcome to Using English, Ramizi. Please note my modifications to your post. In the right context, of course it's possible.

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    Re: Using of adverbs

    I am trying hard to think how else they can be used, besides being used as adverbs.)) Here's a link to the definition of "comfortably" (see it at the bottom of the webpage):
    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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