As a general rule, could an adjective be used like an adverb in Latin?
What would be some exceptions?
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There are three main ways to turn an adjective into an adverb in Latin. In decreasing order of popularity:
The first at least was still productive in Classical times; I'm not aware of any adjectives which couldn't be turned into adverbs in one way or another.