Are Adverbs Really as Bad as Writing Experts Say They Are? Really?

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“He ran quickly around the playground.”

“He sprinted around the playground.”

“He zoomed around the playground.”

“He zipped around the playground.”

“He ran slowly around the playground.”

“Sally laughed.”

“Sally laughed manically.”

“Sally laughed happily.”

“Sally laughed quietly.”

“Sally laughed angrily.”

“Sally laughed somberly.”

How, where, or when
Condition or reason
These questions are answered
When you use an adverb

“Buddy and I painted the house.”

“Buddy and I painted the house sloppily.”

“Buddy and I painted the house there.”

“Buddy and painted the house recently.”

Indubitably.

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Emily Alexandra

Just some autistic person wanting to write and write. I also like to draw and have a cat and dog that are my life. I publish on 8th, 18th, and 28th every month.