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I am half-heartedly reading the book. (Can you please make the sentence with adjective "half-hearted")

You can't achieve the target half-heartedly.

Please check these sentences.

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Yes, I think you can call "half-heartedly" an adverb.

The adjective "half-hearted" is found in such examples as His attempts to read the book were no more than half-hearted / His half-hearted attempts to read the book were disappointing.

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kumenglishYou can't achieve the target half-heartedly.

You can't achieve the target if you work towards it half-heartedly.

It means that you do not put your full effort in the work.

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Thank you for fulfilling the sentence. In the present tense, "I am half-heartedly reading the book. " Is it correct?

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Yes, or I am reading this book half-heartedly.