be proud to do something vs. proudly do something

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traduttoretradittore

Senior Member
Poland
How do you see this difference in the context mentioned below. Is there any significant change of meaning?

Context [descriptive historical text with a link to the today's situation]:

All the German soldiers in this district are proud to/proudly continue the noble tradition of wearing blue uniforms.

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  • Cookie001

    Member
    English - England
    Like Rover KE says, they both mean the same thing.

    Personally, I think 'proudly' sounds better in this context.
     
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