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Specially or especially?
Many people wonder if there is a difference between the adverbs “specially” and “especially”. Even native speakers aren’t always sure how to use them. In some cases they can actually mean the same thing, especially in informal speech. However, for the sake of simplicity, here are the basic differences between the two words.
specially: for a particular purpose:
1. particularly, above all:
Joe | Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 | Filed under Vocabulary
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