Don't make this mistake! How to use "literally" correctly
Slow Easy English
Published at : 04 Dec 2020
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What does the word "literally" mean? How do you use the word "literally" correctly? What's the difference between "literally" and "figuratively"? This can be a tricky word for English learners because even native English speakers often use it the wrong way! Watch this video to learn the definition of the word "literally" and how it's used properly.
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