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Is there any difference between ちゃんと and きちんと?

If can, please give a example sentence that shows the usage of these words.
Thank you very much.

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    ちゃんと and きちんと pretty much mean the same thing, although ちゃんと is more of a spoken language. きちんと is more appropriate in a formal situation.

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