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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.


“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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