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# Instead of antagonizing each other in professional turf wars. Smith ma

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Re: Instead of antagonizing each other in professional turf wars. Smith ma [#permalink]
Ly ending words are generally adverbs ( ad verb le ad verb le le )but this not always. Some adverbs do ñot have ly ending
All adverbs do not end with lele. Usually we can add "manner" to it
Undisturbed manner

Although "-ly" is the general rule to derive adjectives into adverbs, there are other suffixes like "-ward", "-wise", "-fold" or "-most" that can be used when the meaning is different (indicating, direction, manner, quantity, etc.)

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