There seemed a dim, treacherous comfort in the adverb, and he stayed with her.
The participle may also have the character of an adjective, the adverb either of an adjective or of a preposition.
The form of the adverb, as well as of the adjective and the noun, is ill.
The position of the adverb should be as near as possible to the word it qualifies.
I cannot reproduce the number of contemptuous r's that Robin threw into the adverb.
It is not an instance of an adverb governed by a preposition.
Thus in I will do this, if you do, the if clause is equivalent to the adverb conditionally.
I don't like the look of Adverb, I think that she's given to lies!
The adjective assumes a negative form when it is preceeded by the adverb.
A mistake in placing the adverb in the sentence often alters the meaning of the sentence.