Some adverbs have two adverbial forms each – one ends in –ly while the other one doesn’t have
- He freely admitted to his mother that he had escaped from the prison.
- My barber friend let me have a haircut for free.
- The son is nearly as skinny as his father.
- Don’t go too near to the tree; it could be struck by lightning.
- They had a real fight shortly before their marriage.
- We had to cut short the boat trip when everyone complained of feelings of seasickness.