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Can Loud be an adverb?
Last Updated: 17th January, 2020
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Simply so, what kind of adverb is loudly?
Loudly is the usual adverb from the adjective loud: The audience laughed loudly at the joke.
Subsequently, question is, what kind of word is loud? adjective, loud·er, loud·est. (of sound) strongly audible; having exceptional volume or intensity: loud talking; loud thunder; loud whispers. making, emitting, or uttering strongly audible sounds: a quartet of loud trombones. clamorous, vociferous, or blatant; noisy: a loud party; a loud demonstration.
Also to know is, is Loudly a verb or adjective?
An adjective describes a noun or pronoun: "That boy is so loud!" An adverb describes a verb or anything apart from a noun and pronoun: "That boy speaks so loudly!" Adverbs are used to answer how questions e.g. "How does he talk? - He talks loudly."
What part of speech is loudest?
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