84 – Hard vs. Hardly – Confusing English Words Lesson

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Hard & hardly are two English words that are often confusing to use for a lot of English learners. Hard is both an adjective and an adverb, and then we have hardly, which is also an adverb. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use hard & hardly in your English conversations and writing.
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  2. Hi Michael

    I always work very hard, in my job and study my English. In my personal case, I would want to work with Joe than work with James. In my job I have some co-worker like James and It is a very stressful and difficult situation, because they are bad co-worker and no one want to work with them.

    Best regards

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