Adverbs common errors
Incorrect: He always has wanted to be famous.
Correct: He has always wanted to be famous
Incorrect: I carefully drive the car.
Correct: I drive the car carefully.
Incorrect: I am only free in the evening
Correct: I am free only in the evening
Incorrect: He plays football good.
Correct: He plays football well.
Good is an adjective. The adverb for this meaning is well.
Incorrect: I am much tired.
Correct: I am very tired.
Incorrect: I am working very hardly on this project
Correct: I am working very hard on this project
Incorrect: It is very hot to go out.
Correct: It is too hot to go out.
Incorrect: He angrily behaved.
Correct: He behaved angrily.
Adverbs of manner usually go in the end position.
Incorrect: Don’t run fastly.
Correct: Don’t run fast.
Incorrect: The child walks slow.
Correct: The child walks slowly.