- distingusih it on test day?
In the traditional Japanese household, most clothing could be packed ( flatly and so it was not necessary to have elaborate closet facilities).
Why is this wrong, the adverb and noun flat right, how can you tell the difference in such a sublte and tricky way by the ETS?
Flatly does not exist in the same meaning.
It also sound like Flat is an adverb in itself sort of like fast is and I would want to say that Flatly is similar to Fastly, but there are still some traces of Flatly in British Dictionaries.
I'd say it be an adverb; at least in spoken language....