He runs very quickly. He runs very quickly. & Hе runs vеry fast. What is the difference?
Feb 2, 2016 9:47 AM
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'Fast' in this example is an adverb as well . Quickly and fast are both adverbs here. The are almost synonyms . Both describe his running ( describing the verb 'to run' in this example , therefore adverbs) as being speedy, rapid and swift .
February 2, 2016
Fast is an adjective while quickly is an adverb.. also fast refers to speed while quickly refers to time.. for example: That car is very fast The car quickly pulled over :)
February 2, 2016
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