In English, there are many different forms of adverbs, which could express the time, the place, the way and the extent meaning with the connection. And those adverbs also could be used as adverbial, attribute, predicative and complements, which leads to various deformation. There are four deformations during translation, they are Adverbs to Nouns, Adjectives, Adverbs and Verbs.
(一) Adverbs to Nouns
1) The boy is physically weak but mentally sound.
2) Such details must be dimensionally correct
3) The air conditioning unit is shown schematically on Page 2.
(二) Adverbs to Adjectives
1） It is a fact that no structural material is perfectly elastic
2） The teachers here are all very kind to me
3） The dramatic changes in China’s electronics impressed these foreign counterparts deeply.
(三) Adverbs to Adverbs
1） Only she did some cotton-picking yesterday.
2） I hope you will do it a little more carefully next time
3） I wrote to her a year ago.
4） They competed to see who could work the fastest and best.
(四) Adverbs to Verbs
1） You may feel its electric charge flow through your body and away into the earth.
2） She opened the windows to let fresh air in.
3） That day she was up before daybreak.
4） The meeting was over and they all went home