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Read the expressions in a loud voice.
Read the expressions in a soft voice.
Read the expressions loudly.
Read the expressions out loud.
Read the expressions aloud.
Read the expressions loud.
Read the expressions softly.
Read the expressions in a low voice.
Read the expressions softly.
Are the expressions above all grammatical? Do we use them frequently?

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    All of your expressions are grammatical except for this one: "Read the expressions loud." Loud is an adjective, but the adverb loudly would be correct here.

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    William shared 8 apples equally among 4 friends

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