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What are the adverb(s) in the following sentence

The teacher seemed unusually cheerful.

Is it unusually and cheerful?

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    Unusually is an adverb modifying the adjective cheerful.

    There's only one adverb in that sentence.

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    How about this one?

    The summer rain fell extremely heavily.

    Are extremely and heavily both adverbs that describe fell?

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    Yes. They are both adverbs modifying fell.

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    Last one.

    The story ended very happily.

    Adverbs very and happily or only
    Very?

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    Both very and happily are adverbs.

    Very modifies happily.

    Happily modifies ended.

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