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What are some basketball adverbs?

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Basketball adverbs all ways describe the verb.... for example: running; fast, slow, or medium.

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10y ago

No. Basket is a noun. There is an adjective (basketed) but no direct adverb form.

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9y ago

No. Basketball is a noun. It may be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (basketball coach, basketball court).

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7y ago

No. Ball can be a verb, or noun used as an adjunct (e.g. ball lightning). But there is no adverb form.

You would have to use a prepositional phrase to suggest in a ball-like manner.

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8y ago

No. The word football is a compound noun, for a ball game or the ball used in it. It can be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns as in football game, football team, and football trophy.

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12y ago

no its a noun

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8y ago

No, it is a common noun.

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