slower or more slowly Bill is a slow driver but Alex is a very slow driver
Which one is correct?

Alex drives more slowly than Bill
Alex drives slower than Bill
Mar 25, 2019 2:24 PM
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Slowly is the adverb, and the word being modified is drives, a verb, so strictly speaking 'more slowly than' is correct. However, in reality, you are just as likely to hear a native speaker say 'slower' in this case. Also, don't forget the articles 'a slow driver' 'a very slow driver'
March 25, 2019
Thanks buddy 
March 25, 2019