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beautifully can that word be an adverb and and adjective? Can any word that you add ' ly' to be an adjective at any time.

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  1. Beautifully is only an adverb. Beautiful is the adjective.

    Most words that end in -ly are adverbs made from adjectives -- carefully, strangely, terribly, etc. However, a few adjectives end in -ly -- friendly and lonely come to mind.

    When you're in doubt about a word's part of speech, look it up in a dictionary.

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