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Do native speakers say "gently" to tell the other to do it more gentler e.g. wipe my wound 1. Mom is wiping my wound and it hurts so I tell her to be gentle and not rub too hard. Can I say " Gently, gently. It hurts" 2. I get a sick friend to sit up so I support him and I say "Gently" to mean slowly rise? Are these correct? What would you say otherwise?
Oct 7, 2018 6:02 AM
Answers · 3
They are fine as you can't say 'more gentler'.
October 7, 2018
This is it, chief. 100% correct
October 7, 2018
These sound fine to me.
October 7, 2018
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