Why is it felizmente and not felizmente?

HabibaA1Kwiziq community member

Why is it felizmente and not felizmente?

Asked 3 years ago
SilviaKwiziq team member
Hola Habiba, could you please rephrase your question if still in doubt as you have used twice the word "felizmente"? Thanks.
JustinC1Kwiziq community member
The adverb if formed from the feminine of the adjective. Feliz ending in 'z' is the same for masculine and feminine.
SilviaKwiziq team member
Hola Justin! The adjective "feliz" remains the same for masculine and feminine, therefore the only right adverb for "happily" is "felizmente". Thanks for your question!
IenA1Kwiziq community member

In this lesson, there is a sentence "Lamentablemente, no nos quedan más vestidos en la tienda" where the word "más" is missing in the translation. In the explanation it is rightly translated by "left": Unfortunately, we have no dresses left in the store.

InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Habiba

We didn't include the word "more" in the English because the translation using "we have no dresses left in the store" already implies that, that there are no more dresses. 

Saludos

Inma

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