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    #1

    fastest or the fastest

    1 He runs fastest in his class.
    2 He runs the fastest in class.

    Teachers, which one is correct? Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: fastest or the fastest

    They are both understandable, but most native speakers would say 'He is the fastest runner in his class' or 'He runs faster than anyone else in his class'.

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