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Martha Ryan

Specially vs Especially - the difference

The English Language adverbs Specially and Especially are often confused, even by native English speakers. I will explain the difference using British English usage and examples. Especially means "particularly", "exceptionally" or "above all others". For example "I love flowers, especially pink ones" means that I…

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Martha Ryan

Make up your mind vs. Decide

The English language phrases "make up your mind" and "decide" (or "make a decision") have similar but subtly different meanings as I will describe using British English examples. To make up your mind means to form an opinion. When you make up your mind you…

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Martha Ryan

Dreaded and Scared: the difference

The English Language words dreaded and scared are similar, but different, as I will show using British English examples. Someone is scared when they experience something scary. Scary things cause fear. This fear can be rational or irrational. An example of being scared irrationally is: "I…

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