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    Quickly and fast

    I found the following sentence in a grammar book.

    "Let's walk ( ) to the bus stop.


    My answer is fast but the model answer is quickly.


    May I know the reason?


    Thanks.

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    Re: Quickly and fast

    One needs an adverb there and both words are adverbs. The only difference would be personal preference and style. I would personally use "quickly", but that doesn't make "fast" wrong.

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