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alone vs lonely
She is alone.
She is lonely.
What`s the difference between two sentences and if you want to teach somebody these two words how can you teach?
I need help. Thank you..
Re: alone vs lonely
Not a teacher.
Originally Posted by kubishtr
I would say 'alone' has a physical aspect to it, whereas 'lonely' is a mental state/feeling.
Alone - no one else physically present. A person can be 'alone' but not feel 'lonely'.
Lonely - Feeling like the only one, wishing for company.
Like I said, I'm not a teacher, only a native.
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