Forming adverbs (gli avverbi)
In Italian, adverbs typically precede the words that they modify. Italian adverbs come in three main types: simple, derived, and compound.
The simple ones are single words whose only function is to be an adverb, like sempre, tardi, etc.
Derived adverbs are those that are formed from adjectives by adding the suffix -mente, such as lentamente or dolcemente.…