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Is irresistibly an adverb?

It's an adverb right?

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I think, but you could just check on an online dictionary.

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ChicagoNeko88

I think so

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Yep! it describes an action

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Yes. Most words that end in -ly are adverbs.

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No
adverbs are like jumping, running, crying

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No those are verbs.
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Those are actions so they are verbs.
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Those are verbs
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Yes

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No i believe its an adjective... i may be wrong though.. :/ Sorry if i am lol

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Yes.

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Yes, it describes an action such as "irresistibly smiling" and most words that end in "ly" are adverbs.

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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. In this case, "irresistibly" could do the first 2. It could describe a verb as in the sentence "She was beckoning to me irresistibly." It could describe an adjective as in the sentence, "He was irresistibly lively and charming." So, yes, it is an adverb.

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