I am an English teacher, but just quick trainedoriginally
I am a math and physics teacher. So here's my question:
Does this phrasequick trainedexist in
English? Or, does it express that my English is not as perfect as it
A teacher in Hungary
The phrase should be quickly trained. Trained
is an adjective, and the word that modifies an adjective is an adverb.
The adjective is quick and its adverb form is quickly.
There are some phrases in English, such as a quick fix and
a quick study, in which the word quick
is an adjective used correctly. Perhaps the person who uses this
phrase quick trained has invented it because it sounds
likes others he/she knows, even though it is not a known expression
in general English. Or, it may be jargon used in certain situations
like the one you are in, where you have been quickly trained by your
Unless there are certain definite circumstances in which the phrase
“quick trained” occurs, “quickly trained” would
be the normal use.