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Time flies so fast vs Time runs so fast

Time flies so fast

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This is a common idiom used in English to indicate that time seems to pass more quickly in certain situations.

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Preferred Form:
Time flies so quickly


Some examples from the web:

  • How beautiful is the age of youth that flies so fast.
  • The Vindicators fly so fast, the Russian won't be able to use all their defenses.
  • Defenestrate your clock to see how time flies.
  • Things between us happened so fast.
  • Everything happened so fast, Leon.
  • They modernize so fast that you lose yourself.
  • My life is changing so fast.

Some examples from the web:

  • And next time, I will run so fast and so far that you will never even set eyes on this child.
  • Barry can run three times that fast.
  • But the satellites travel so fast that, compared to the receivers on earth, time runs slower by seven microseconds a day.
  • I wish to chase buffalo, yet every time I do, I go beyond them, and so I'm tying these stones to my feet so that I may not run so fast.
  • I didn't know you could run so fast.
  • I don't run so fast anymore.
  • I'd never run so fast.
  • We might not have run so fast.

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