Drive faster. Drive even faster??? Drive slowly , Drive even slowly??????????You can use "yet" with faster or slower, but not with "more".
Go faster; go faster yet.
Go slower; go slower yet.
Go faster; go even faster.
Go slower; go even slower.
Drive faster. Drive even faster??? Drive slowly , Drive even slowly??????????
Slows down the treadmill. Slow it even down ????? Run the treadmill even faster?????
what are your views on this?
I agree that 'slower' is less careful, but the kid obviously thought that choosing what he almost always hears from me was a safer bet and I cannot really blame him He is too young to know that I myself would have chosen 'more slowly'. The way I see it, a test question must only have one correct answer. Not one absolutely correct, one less correct but usable, and three completely wrong ones..."More slowly" is what I was taught and what I would use in writing. I might slip into "slower" in less careful speech. The question seems fair to me.