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    soft or softly

    what should we say?

    "Don't shout. Speak soft or speak softly." Which one is grammatically correct?

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    Re: soft or softly

    Quote Originally Posted by Roselin View Post
    what should we say?

    "Don't shout. Speak soft or speak softly." Which one is grammatically correct?
    Softly is correct.

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    Re: soft or softly

    Quote Originally Posted by Roselin View Post
    what should we say?

    "Don't shout. Speak soft or speak softly." Which one is grammatically correct?
    for me.......

    Speak softly

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    Re: soft or softly

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Softly is correct.
    Thanks for telling!

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