You can often recognize an English adverb by its “-ly” 'ending'.
Common verb 'endings' in English are “-s,” “-ed,” and “-ing.”
She thought about 'ending it all' after her baby died.
(..) I feel tits-high to a puppy dog. Well, thank you, Mr. President. Mr. White. - Dr. King. - All right. I'll tell you, ending segregation, proudest moment of my life when I signed that ' Act. Proudest moment of my life, I tell you. Now civil rights is a priority - of this administration as you know. (..)2014 Selma