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Adverbs of manner with and without -ly

  1. It was nearly 1 o'clock, and we were desperate/desperately trying to contact my family to tell them where we were.
  2. Something smells good. What's for dinner.
  3. The mining company had to dig deep/deeply underground in order to extract the remaining coal.
  4. I have to admit that Ellen does look very good/well in her black dress.
  5. We'll only get the contract if we all work extra hard/hardly over the next few weeks.
  6. It's a pity you didn't complete the course. Still/already, I imagine you learned quite a lot from it.
  7. You'd better give Tom and Barbara a ring to tell them we might be a bit late/lately.
  8. As I sat down, someone I'd never seen before waved to me friendly/in a friendly way.
  9. Many people think - wrong/wrongly I believe - that a change of government will have a positive effect on the economy.
  10. Although oil prices have risen considerably, this has already/yet to be reflected in the price of petrol.
  11. The presidential candidate walked free/freely among the crowds, smiling and shaking hands.
  12. I was expecting the delivery on Friday: it's now Tuesday and it yet/still hasn't arrived.
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