In this lesson we will show you how to create the adverbs! Let's have a look at it!
The adverbs can be created from other word categories:
There can be also other ways, but they do not follow any rules, therefore you need to use the dictionary.
The 3 suffixes are -o, -e, -y. There is no rule to know which suffix to use. You need to check in the dictionaries.
The adjectives ending with -avý, -ľavý, -ivý, -livý, -čivý, -istý, -vý, -ový, or the basis of the word ends with h, ch, k, b, p, m, d, t, s, š, z, ž, dz, c, r usually form the adverb ending with -e.
These adjectives ending with -ny, -ovitý, -itý, -lý usually form the adverb ending with -y.
Those usually end with -ský, cký.
These adverbs are created from verbs, and are keeping only the basis of verbs. For example:
|ležať||poležiačky||while lying down|
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