Adverbs are a closed class. Adverbs can be used either as a verbal suffix or independently to describe the entire utterance. See Also: Adverbial Clauses
These adverbs cannot be used as verbal suffixes, and can only describe an entire sentence.
These tell how likely an event is to have occurred, or to occur in the future.
These give the means by which the speaker gained information with regards to their utterance.
These convey the feelings of the speaker towards the utterance or the listener.
There are modals derived from other parts of speech. Suffixes can be applied to words to move them between parts of speech. Zero-derivation, i.e.: having a null suffix, is also productive for some categories of words, such as references to time.
Numbers can be suffixed to denote other times.
There are some inflectional suffixes applied to adverbs, including two kinds of negation. The suffix -hita
On the other hand, the suffix -ma
nufirama no longer wanting
dumima no longer trying