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    Gregory_E_V Guest

    Default usual or usually?

    explain please, which one is correct:
    The river is flowing much faster than usual.
    or
    The river is flowing much faster than usually.

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    Default Re: usual or usually?

    I'd use 'usual', though it is hard to offer a logical grammatical explanation. I'd say 'than it usually does', but the adjective seems to work better in your example.

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