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    as+ adverb+as

    Hi everyone!

    I´m just wondering if it is correct to use with adverbs.

    You need to follow Jesus´ example as closely as posible.

    I apreciate any help you can provide.
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: as+ adverb+as

    'Soon' is an adverb in 'as soon as possible', so I deem it correct to use an adverb.

    Not a teacher.

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