Here's a very nice video that helps us learn the adverbs!
The source is Marianne's blog Takeaway English.
This is "ly", it's spelled L-Y, and it's very useful.
Let me show you.
You're wearing your squeaky shoes
And right there taking a snooze
Is a tiger, so how do you walk on by?
Silently ... silently ... silent ... L-Y
You're a secret agent man
Who's after the secret plan
How do you act so they don't know you're as spy?
Normally ... normally ... normal ... L-Y
At an eating contest you boast
That you can eat the most
How do you down your fiftieth piece of pie?
Eagerly ... eagerly ... eager ... L-Y
On the lake your boat upset
And your clothes got soaking wet
How do you stand and wait for them to dry?
D-d-d-d-d patiently ... d-d-d-d-d patiently ... patient ... L-Y
In the public library
You fall and you hurt your knee
But the sign says "quiet please," so how can you cry?
Quietly .... quietly .... quiet ... L-Y
As you walk along the street
A porcupine you meet
How do you shake his hand when he says "hi"?
Carefully ... carefully .... careful ... L-Y
You enter a very dark room
And sitting there in the gloom
Is Dracula! Now how do you say goodbye?
Immediately ... immediately ... immediate ... L-Y