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Hard means severely. Hardly means not quite or scarcely: The baby can hardly walk.
The cinema appeals to me is correct, and means I like the cinema very much.
Put the relative clause immediately after the noun to which it refers.
Enclose a relative clause that may be omitted between commas: My brother George, who is in another class, has a new bicycle. A relative clause that can't be omitted is not enclosed within commas: The boy who spoke to me is my brother.