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idioms - not a moment too soon - is it fast or slow? - English Language & Usage Stack Exchange
PG Priya Goyal Jul 22, Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. I want her to be five-years-old forever. But how fast is too fast? What if it is not your fastest segment but you still go out faster than your average race pace; is that still bad?
too fast / too quickly.
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By and large the effect is similar for men and women although we do know from previous research that women are much less likely to hit the wall than men and so when reading the above graph we should remember that there are proportionally more men than women hitting the wall in general. What is the context of your phrase?.
- You're driving too fast. It can also be used in place of 'also' or 'as well': I would like some dinner too. Of course, neither to nor too should be confused with two.
- I can't sleep. It's too hot. It happened too quickly, so I just didn't see it. Not: It happened too much quickly. The car was travelling too fast and went out of control.
- Quick is an adjective and the adverb form is quickly. Fast refers to things that happen or go at high speed, e.g. a train, a person running: Also, as well or too?
But how fast is too fast? Join more thanlearners! But not if using the idiom as intended. I totally enjoyed it. Here are a few examples to test yourself afst answers in "Tips" below: What is the origin of 'sleep tight'? Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
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#3 30.05.2018 at 10:50 valacas6:
I love it at 6:14, and so does Mike haha
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#5 14.06.2018 at 09:53 BadVovK2:
To bad sister location