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    Which sentence is grammatically correct?

    Which of these 2 sentences is correct:
    "I am going slow." OR "I am going slowly." ???

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    Re: Which sentence is grammatically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by geneandjudy View Post
    Which of these 2 sentences is correct:
    "I am going slow." OR "I am going slowly." ???
    Both are possible, depending on context. How do you want to use them?

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