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    Cool quick/quickly

    Hello!

    Which is correct "quick " or "quickly", here?:

    -To do something as quick/quickly as possible.

    Thank you
    W

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    Default Re: quick/quickly

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Which is correct "quick " or "quickly", here?:

    -To do something as quick/quickly as possible.

    Thank you
    W

    "Quick" is an adjective and "quickly" is an adverb, so you should use "quickly" to modify "do".

    However, "quick as possible" is often used in everyday English.

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