Grammar usage (flagged)
Would you mind reading aloud?
Would you mind reading loudly?
Reading aloud is reading a book so others can hear you. I used to read aloud to my children when they were young.
Reading loudly is the same thing, but at a higher volume. "We can't hear you in the back. Would you read loudly?"
People would generally use 'louder' rather than 'loudly'.
|link comment||answered Apr 06 '13 at 17:30 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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