The adverb form is "quickly."
*In some cases, as with "fast" the word quick may appear instead of quickly, e.g "Come quick" instead of "Come quickly."
Add "ly" to make it an adverb.
It can be, but the usual (correct) adverb form is quickly.
The adverb form of the word "quick" is quickly.An example sentence is: "he quickly ran to the bathroom".
No. Quick can only be used as an adjective, a noun or an adverb.
Yes, it is an adverb, the adverb form of the adjective swift. It means in a quick or rapid manner.
The word 'briskly' is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb as in a quick and lively manner. The word briskly is the adverb for of the adjective brisk.
There is no such word as "fastily." The adverb "fastly" means securely (made fast or attached). The word fast is the adverb used to mean speedy or quick.
The word 'quick' is a noun when it refers to the bed of a fingernail, the outermost living layer under the nail.Otherwise, 'quick' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The word 'quick' sometimes used as an adverb instead of quickly.The colloquial use means "living" (e.g. the quick and the dead).
you add the '-ly' to the sentence. like, if you say: i ran quick to the store. it doesnt make sense, you have to add the adverb to the word quick. so it would be i ran quickLY to the store.
Quickly is an adverb The comparative form of quick is more quicker. The superlative form of quick is quickest.
Hasty is the related adjective for the noun haste. The adverb form is hastily (done in a quick, hurried, or expedient manner).
Yes,it is an adverb, but it has nothing to do with speed. Fastly means securely, as in made fast (tightly attached or anchored). The adjective fast (quick) is also an adverb (quickly).