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Is it better to say: "I am surprised I received your reply very fast" or "I am surprised I received your reply very quick" ?
(or "so soon").
"Fast" and "quick" are adjectives. You need an adverb there.
Anonymous:He runs fast or does he run quick?
Anonymous:Quick is a measure of time; fast is a measure of speed. For example: "My car did great at the drag races today. My quarter mile elapse time was a quick 13.99 seconds, and my speed was a fast 102 mph.
Anonymous:I was suprised of receiving your reply that quickly
Anonymous:I am surprised to receive your reply so promptly.
Thank you for your prompt reply.
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