We can say that an “adverb” is some additional information to a verb.
Difference between an adjective and an adverb
|Huset er pent.||The house is beautiful.||Here pent tells something about the house(noun).|
So it is an adjective.
|Hun skriver pent.||She writes beautifully.||Here pent tells something about the way of writing(verb).|
So it is an adverb.
As you can see in the above explanation, an adverb in Norwegian can be made from the intetkjønn form of an adjective.
Below are a few examples of sentences using adverbs.
|Hun skriver stygt.||She writes ugly.|
|Hun skriver sjelden.||She seldom writes.|
|Han går fort.||He goes fast.|
|Han går sakte.||He goes slow.|
|De hopper høyt.||They hop high.|
|Hun skriver ikke.||She does not write.|
|Hun synger dårlig.||She sings badly.|
|Han kommer sikkert.||He will surely come.|