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Not often.
Similar looking words often have completely different meanings.

For example: hard and hardly.

“Hard” means difficult.

“Hardly”means almost none.


Examples:

“I hardly ever drink milk.”  This is the same way of saying. “I rarely drink milk.”

“After looking directly into the sun, I could hardly see.”

“It hardly ever rains in Los Angeles in the summer.”

“After pulling a muscle in his leg, he could hardly stand.”

“Because of all the noise, I can hardly think.”



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