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Hi teachers,

Is there any difference?
a) They work faster than the other workers.
b) They work more quickly than the other workers.

Thanks in advance.
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i doubt if 'more quickly' is correct. The comparative degree of 'quick' is 'quicker', hence you would rather say 'quicker'
I would say they are both equally correct.
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Hi ArchieWW,
Thank you for your reply.

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Ravstarr - you are incorrect. I agree that the comparative of 'quick' is 'quicker', but when it follows a verb, you must use the adverb, which is 'more quickly'.
Thinking SpainIs there any difference?a) They work faster than the other workers.b) They work more quickly than the other workers.
No. You can write either one. But not 'quicklier'. Emotion: smile

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CalifJimBut not 'quicklier'.
Hi Jim,
Thank you for your reply. I would have never done such a thing! How could you think that I will do it.
But that's nonsense! Emotion: rofl

Just joking. Emotion: smile

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