Adverbs do not describe nouns - adverbs can only describe the way that something is done - verbs.
Some adverbs (adverbs of place) tell where. Other adverbs are" adverbs of time - tell when or how long adverbs of manner - tell how adverbs of degree - tell how much
Some adverbs with four syllables are:AbnormallyAmazinglyArrogantlyBeautifullyBrilliantlyComfortablyConsistentlyDelightfullyDangerouslyEfficientlyEvidentlyFinanciallyFortunatelyGenuinelyGenerallyHumorouslyImpatientlyInnocentlyJudgmentallyJubilantlyKnowledgeablyMagicallyMeaningfullyNaturallyNeverthelessObviouslyOutrageouslyPassionatelyPersonallyQuestionablyReasonablyRegularlySeparatelySuccessfullyTremendouslyUltimatelyUnbearablyVerticallyVigorouslyWholeheartedlyWonderfully
Some adverbs for dive are quickly, silently, slowly, etc.
adverbs are words that describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. They commonly end in ly but some ly words aren't adverbs and not all adverbs end in ly Very and Realy are some common adverbs
Adverbs don't describe people, that's an adjectives job. Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
Some adverbs that can be used when speaking of bats include the words quickly, suddenly, and fast. Other adverbs that could be used include above, nightly, and incredibly.
Some adverbs of place include: here, there, far, in, underneath, away, backwards, inside, outside, upstairs, and downstairs.