What’s The Difference Between SPECIALLY And ESPECIALLY? Use especially when something stands out from all the others (similar to the meaning of “particularly.”)

The whole book was terrible – especially the ending.

He loves animals, especially dogs.

• I can’t wait for the trip to New York. I’m especially looking forward to seeing the Statue of Liberty.

Especially can also be used before an adjective with a meaning like “very” or “extremely.”

It’s especially important to arrive on time for your first day of class.

All the desserts were great, but the cherry pie was especially delicious.

If something was designed specifically for a special purpose, use specially:

The bus has been specially designed to accommodate passengers in wheelchairs.

These dogs are specially trained to detect drugs.

The decorations were specially made for the wedding.

Good luck .

May 4, 2018 12:45 AM
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Thank you.
June 14, 2018