i have susuch question: when i can put adverbs "qualitatively" and "quickly" better and is it correct if adverbs are on the first place in sentence? I have such sentance:"quickly and qualitatively we will complete for you a full complex of pre-design and design works on varios objects and complexity under turnkey" or it's better: we will quickly and qualitatively complete for you a full complex of pre-design and design works on varios objects and complexity under turnkey". Which sentence is correct? Could You help me, please.Thank You in advance.

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    What do you mean by 'qualitatively'? The adjective 'qualitative' doesn't mean 'of good quality'; it refers to studying the quality of something as opposed to 'quantitative' research which involves numerical measurement. Putting the adverbs at the beginning of the sentence lays particular stress on them. My personal opinion is that your example is better if you don't put them at the beginning. – Kate Bunting Aug 10 at 9:21
  • @Nadiya Mykyta Two wholly different things, there and either way, why not look for a site dealing with your questions of style and choice? When you see one context which combines "qualitatively" and "quickly", please post details. That aside, ”quickly and qualitatively we will complete for you a full complex of pre-design and design works on varios objects and complexity under turnkey" is simply wrong. Similarly “We will quickly and qualitatively complete for you a full complex of pre-design and design works on varios objects and complexity under turnkey" is simply wrong. – Robbie Goodwin Aug 12 at 18:25

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