Student or Learner
It's called differently.
Is the previous sentence right or should I use an adjective (different)?
I can't think up any other context but the following:
"The phenomenon of two words with the same meaning is called synonymity, isn't it? Or is it called DIFFERENT(LY)?"
(I know it's synonymity. :))
Could you correct the mistakes I made in my English, please? I am not sure about some sentences I've used...
When I asked you about context, I am asking what you are trying to say.
Bob and John called their cows differently. (in a different way)
We don't call this design unique; we call it different. (unlike the other)
I don't see the difference... I am too stupid, probably .
"I don't see the difference" = I can't tell what the difference is.Does that help a little?
"We see things differently" = We have different points of view.