- Speak free/freely.
- Drive slow/slowly.
- Have you heard any news late/lately.
- I don’t like men and women standing close/closely.
Are all these grammatically OK?
These are correct (the others aren’t):
Drive slow (acceptable in a number of situations now)
Have you heard any news lately
I don’t like men and women standing close.
“Slow” is here adveb: It is a sentence.
But in this sentence ‘Slow’ itself is a noun. Aliffathima, can you identify all?
More? pls. see “Better English” by Norman Lewis.