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    goes direct vs goes directly

    This train goes direct/directly to Kuala Lumpur.

    Which adverb should I use to mean 'non-stop' to Kuala Lumpur?

    Many thanks.

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    Re: goes direct vs goes directly

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    This train goes direct/directly to Kuala Lumpur.

    Which adverb should I use to mean 'non-stop' to Kuala Lumpur?

    Many thanks.
    'Direct'. It means directly. I included a dictionary definition:
    direct - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

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