Adverbs modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence.
An adverb modifies another adverb in the sentence.
Commonly, adjectives can be changed to adverbs by adding 'ly'.
To change adjectives ending in 'y' into adverbs, change the 'y' to 'i' and add 'ly'.
Todd: Uhm, so Nanju, I'm going to ask you about things that people are sometimes afraid of. Are you afraid of flying?
Todd: No. Do you fly a lot?
Nanju: No, if I am getting opportunity I will be very happy.
Nanju: Yeah sure!
Todd: OK, are you afraid of snakes?
Todd: Now, India has cobras.
Nanju: Yeah, it's a lot of cobras. I have seen a lot of cobras, and fighting with cobras, each other, but run away so I can not.
Todd: So, you're not afraid of cobras?
Todd: Like have you ever seen a cobra by your house?
Nanju: Yeah, I have seen a lot of cobras, which is going to be 12 feet.
Nanju: Yeah, sure.
Todd: And your not afraid?
Nanju: No, I will get some sticks and go through about from my home or something.
Todd: So you get a stick and you go and kill it?
Nanju: No, I won't kill it. Killing of cobra is very illegal in India. Not illegal, it's like god, so we won't.
Todd: Sin. It's a sin. Oh, wow.
Nanju: So we won't kill that cobra or something.
Todd: Wow, very fascinating. Thank you.