• anonymous
Which of the following is true of an adverb? It always ends in -ly. It can be moved around in the sentence. It directly follows an action verb.
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  • anonymous
Im new to this and i really need help guyz
  • anonymous
whats a bump?
  • marihelenh
For your question, it is not B. Many adverbs attach -ly to the end but there are other forms as well. Also, adverbs do not always directly follow verbs. They sometimes appear in front and in other places. Your answer is either A or C. The keyword you have to decipher between is "action" verb. Also, a bump just means that you are sending your question back to the top like you just asked it. It puts it first on the list so others can see it.

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