In summary: adverbs tell manner (how), time (when), place (where), degree (how much), and sometimes cause (why).
Adverbs of manner: politely, carefully, not, equally, tenderly.
Adverbs of time: now, then soon, later, early, often.
Adverbs of place: here, there, near, forward, far.
Adverbs of degree: very, so, much, too, extremely, rather.
Adverbs of cause: why, therefore, hence.
2. In a secret or concealed manner; invisibly: "She was latently infected, but the doctor was able to find a medical cure."
Jane went out to work in the garden in her high-heeled shoes, but she certainly wasn't suitably clothed for pulling weeds!
2. Pertaining to how a person or something is fitting or apt; fittingly; aptly: Mary decided to make a dramatic entrance to the party to make sure that everyone was suitably impressed.