دو لغت Especially و Specially در زبان انگلیسی خیلی شبیه هم هستند. اما این دو کلمه از نظر معنایی کاملا متفاوت هستند. در این ویدیو از کانال آموزش انگلیسی BBC تفاوت این دو کلمه را یاد خواهید گرفت.
متن توضیحات ویدیو
Both especially and specially are adverbs.
Especially means ‘in particular’ or ‘most of all’.
I like food, but I especially like sandwiches.
He’s often a little late, but he was especially late today.
She looked especially beautiful that night.
Specially means ‘for a particular purpose’ or ‘in a particular way’.
This sandwich was specially made.
They had a chair specially designed for her size.
The animals are specially trained to locate the mushrooms.
متن ترانسکریپت ویدیو
Hi everybody! I’m Tom from BBC Learning English. People often confuse the words specially and especially. Today, I’m going to tell you the difference.
Both of these words are adverbs.
Especially means ‘in particular’ or ‘most of all’. For example: I like food, but I especially like sandwiches. This means that I particularly like sandwiches. They’re my favourite kind of food.
Specially, however, has a different meaning. Specially means ‘for a particular purpose’ or ‘in a particular way’. So: This sandwich was specially made. Dan made a special sandwich just for me.
Thank you, Dan!