comma before adverb [end position]: She nods, enthusiastically.

  • Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    There is no need for a comma unless possibly you wanted to emphasise enthusiastically for some strange reason and thought the comma could indicate a pause in speech. Otherwise it is a perfectly simple sentence.


    The Loko

    New Member
    Spanish of Spain
    Without comma, She nods enthusiastically. "Enthusiastically" shows how she was nodding.

    Comma should be used for example if the sentence is longer and "
    enthusiastically" is not refferring to "nods"