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    Student or Learner
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    #1

    do something quickly

    1. Hurry up
    2. faster
    3. go quickly

    Which of the aboved is the most polite way to ask someone to do something quickly?

    Thanks.

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    Retired English Teacher
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    #2

    Re: do something quickly

    None of them is polite without the word please.

    'Please hurry up' is what I'd say.

    Rover

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