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1.I wrote on my journal while I listened to (softly, soft) music.

2.Classes at SEO go by so (slow, slowly) during the summer.

3.As she presented her work, her voice sounded (different, differently).

  • Grammar -

    For number one it would be soft. ("on my journal" should be "in my journal" instead)
    number two would be slowly
    number three would be different

  • Grammar -

    "would be"? Or "is"?

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