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    The use of "quick" and "quickly" as comparative

    I am not sure why sometimes you can use "quickest" or "more quickly". What is the reason?

    Thank you very much.


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    Re: The use of "quick" and "quickly" as comparative

    Quote Originally Posted by Megyxu View Post
    I am not sure why sometimes you can use "quickest" or "more quickly". What is the reason?

    Thank you very much.
    Quickest is an adjective.

    "This is the quickest way I know of to travel to work"

    "Quickly" is an adverb.

    "You can travel more quickly to work using this way"

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