Please allow me this language-geek moment.
If you want a word to modify a verb, you need an adverb.
Not an adjective.
Using adjectives instead of adverbs seems to have become an accepted de-evolution of the English language, and it drives me out of me head (thanks, Jodie).
For Lolly's sake, people, throw an "ly" on the end of those adjectives!
I know you're busy. You have a lot to accomplish in a small amount of time and you're trying to trim every second you can. But here's a thought -- maybe replace a handful of the times you stick "like" in a sentence with an adverb or two? You can start slowly <--ADVERB!, like, cut out maybe, like, just one "like" in a sentence and, like, try that. Eventually, you might find that you've actually saved yourself some time.
Look, I know some people are beyond hope, like, say, the leader of our country. You can't... if you're gonna say a verb... an adverb... if you're gonna... the nucular... with an adjective... you can't... don't fool me again.
No, my hopes aren't that high. But how about advertisers? Reporters? Journalists? Public information officers? Teachers? Infomercial hosts? If you're speaking or writing to the public, a basic knowledge of the difference between adjectives and adverbs would be ever so refreshing.