Adverbs Hard and Hardly – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Adverbs Hard vs. Hardly
As an adverb, hard means with a great deal of force or with a lot of energy. Keep in mind, hard comes after the verb.
On the other hand, the adverb hardly means barely or almost not at all.

  • I work hard in the office every day.
  • Jack hardly works.

How about you?
Do you work hard or do you hardly work?


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