cavaticat asked: Your favorite part of the speech is the adverb. Why don't you want us to be friends?
Interestingly enough, my second-favorite part of speech is the adjective, which is the one to which I’m assuming you’re partial.
Adverbs describe just as well as adjectives, sometimes more so. And they can modify verbs, too. So you could say they’re, fittingly, more flexible than your run-of-the-mill descriptive adjective. Interestingly enough, it’s adverbs that allow us to more accurately express how we feel compared to adjectives.
I would love a hot cup of coffee from my local fair-trade beanery.
I know what you want and from where you want it.
I would love a perfectly roasted hot cup of coffee from the conveniently located Starbucks near my house.
Now I know exactly what kind of coffee you want and why you want it from where you want it.
Let’s see your adjectives do that.