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Hi

Which is OK:

1.Read it quiet/quietly

2.Read it loudly/loud

3.I hear badly

4.I see badly

I think it's OK to say: you may ask these questions to different people.

thank you
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Hi,

Which is OK:

1.Read it quiet/quietly

2.Read it loudly/loud

3.I hear badly

4.I see badly

I think it's OK to say: you may ask these questions to different people.
The usual preposition for this structure is 'of'. ie You may ask these questions of different people.
However, the common, everyday structure is simply You may ask different people these questions.

Best wishes, Clive
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1.Read it quiet/quietly
2.Read it loudly/ aloud - loudly = lots of volume -- aloud = in an audible voice.

3.I hear badly - I don't hear well/my hearing is not good/I have bad/impaired hearing.

4.I see badly - I don't see well/my eyesight is not very good/I have bad/poor eyesight.
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