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Can one say

a. I am sorry I prepared dinner not rapidly enough.
b. I am sorry I kicked the ball not hard enough.

The sentences are mine.

I don't think the sentences are standard. I am not sure whether they could be heard in informal conversation or not.

Many thanks.
  • perpend

    American English
    I'm sorry not to have prepared the dinner rapidly enough.
    I'm sorry not to have kicked the ball hard enough.

    It's a bit of a daunting task to try to find the meaning, azz. Languages have different ways of expressing context.
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