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    Default slowly

    a. Slowly, I'll work better.
    b. I'll work better slowly.

    Do these sentences mean:
    I'll work better when I work slowly.
    or:
    I'll work better if I work slowly

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    Default Re: slowly

    To me, they mean that I will make slow progress in improving my work.

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    Default Re: slowly

    A) Means "Slowly and over time, I will gradually work better."
    B) Means the above, and that your work better going at a slow pace.

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