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very quick / very quickly
What's the difference between 'fast' and 'quickly'? Blog reader Paul asks:. Is this correct? Strictly speaking, fast is an adjective while quickly is an adverb. The confusion arises because American English speakers have no qualms about using fast as an adverb.
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Fast and quick are adjectives. You walk very fast! Not: very fastly. We should do it as quickly as possible. Fast and quickly are adverbs.
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