There is no corresponding adverb for the noun fun or the adjective funny. Rather than the confusing term "funnily," it would have to be something like humorously, amusingly, or playfully.
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What is the word good when you say it was good fun is it a noun adverb?
The word 'good' in the phrase 'good fun' is an adjective describing the noun 'fun'. ...
Asked in Grammar
Is really fun correct English?
"It is really fun" means it truly is fun. "It is real fun" means it is genuine fun. Real fun may sound ignorant to some, who mistake fun for an adjective properly modified by an adverb. In fact, fun is a noun, properly modified by an adjective. ...
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Is the word such a noun?
No, the word 'such' is not a noun; the word 'such' is an adjective, an adverb, and an indefinite pronoun.Examples: adjective: We had such fun at the beach. adverb: Her garden has such beautiful flowers. indefinite pronoun: The served tea, cakes, cookies, and such. ...
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Is where a common noun?
Yes, the word 'where' is a noun, an adverb, and a conjunction. The noun 'where' is a common noun, a general word for any place or position. Examples: No one knows from where he came. (noun, object of the preposition 'from') Where is the mystery. (noun, subject of the sentence) Where is it? (adverb, 'it is where') Where did you see it last? (adverb, 'did see where') We plan to vacation where we went last year. (conjunction) The beach where we had such fun is our destination. (adverb, introduces the...
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Is there not an adverb?
The word not is an adverb. The word there can be an adverb. The combination "not there" is a compound adverb. The homophone phrase "they're not" includes a pronoun, a verb, and an adverb, because the adverb not has to modify an understood adjective or adverb (e.g. "They're not colorful). ...