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It might me easiest to think of -ku like "ly"
A slow car. Adjective. What slow is describing, is the car.
He drove slowly. Adverb. What slow is describing, is the driving.
As for your question about anata wa, in plain speech, you can drop the ka since it's assumed. Similar to "How are you?" "I am good, you?" Simply drop the question word since it's assumed from context.
I used English examples to just make it easier to get your head around it and I had no idea what your Japanese level is.
I am sure someone else will also chime in on this, but I hope I was at least a little help
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