Incorrect spelling, explanation:
luckly is the misspelled version of an adverb luckily. Luckily is formed from the adjective lucky. To create an adverb from an adjective ending with a consonant and y, we have to not only add the suffix -ly but also change y into i. For that matter, the correct form is luckily and not luckly.
Correct spelling, explanation: luckily is an adverb created from an adjective lucky. The correct form is luckily and not
luckly, because if we have an adjective ending with a consonant and y we have to transform y to i and add suffix ly to create an adverb. Therefore, according to this rule, from lucky we establish luckily and not luckly.
Definition of luckily:
adverb: fortunately, in a lucky manner;
Luckily, I had enough money to pay the bill, when he discovered his wallet had been stolen.
There is still a lot to organize, but luckily the venue for my dream wedding was available in May.
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