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Slower = more slowly.
Louder = more loudly.
Quicker = more quickly.
Easier = more easily.

The four comparisons are correct, but I learnt that "more" is said only with a long adjective. Why is it correct to say it with these adjectives that are short? If these sentences are correct, is it right with all short adjetives?

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