There are two common suffixes involved with creating adverbs. There isn’t too much of a difference between them, so these kinds of adverbs neeed to be memorised.
Among other things,
-ul,-ül is used to turn adjectives into adverbs. Naturally front-voweled adjectives take the
-ül ending, back-voweled
-ul and those ending in vowels get
It is also used to show the language someone speaks.
Front-voweled words take
-en, back-voweled words take -an,-on and words ending in vowels take -n. This is done to adjectives.
Gyorsan - (Quickly) From gyors Gyakran - (Frequently) From gyakor Csendesen - (Silently) From csend Szépen - (Beautifully/Nicely) From szép Nagyon - (Very) From nagy Gazdagon - (Richly) From gazdag Ritkán - (Rarely) From ritka
gyakor is hardly used in practice.
There are some adjectives that can become adverbs from either ending. E.g.