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    especially/specially for me

    She made it especially/specially for me. (not for anyone else)
    She especially/specially made it for me.
    It was especially/specially for me.

    Is there any difference between the two words in such context?

    Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by joham; 30-Mar-2011 at 11:01. Reason: two sentences added.

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    Re: especially/specially for me

    Have you tried the OneLook Dictionary Search?

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    Re: especially/specially for me

    Thank you so much, riquecohen. The site is great and the dictionaries are so useful. I'm clear about the two words now. Thank you again.

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