The category of words known as adverbs includes a wide range of words. You need to be familiar with the most common ones. You also need to be aware that adverbs are "invariable". That is, even though they modify other words (verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs), they don't change their shape according to gender and number.
Many adverbs of manner in Spanish are formed by adding the suffix –mente to the neutral or feminine form of an adjective, e.g.: sencilla + –mente = sencillamente, leal + –mente = lealmente. Adjectives that have accents retain their accent after the suffix –mente is added. This suffix cannot be used with certain adjectives, including adjectives describing physical appearance, e.g.: rojamente, gordamente, and nationalities, e.g.: canadiensemente.
The folowing table presents common adverbs with which you should be familiar:
Some example sentences are given here:
Some adverbs, like muy and bien can be used as intensifiers meaning "very" to modify other adverbs or adjectives, e.g.:
There are also many adverbial phrases in Spanish. Some common examples are given in the following table:
Some example sentences with adverbial phrasal are given below: