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Thursday, March 19, 2015
Grammar Training: Formally versus Formerly
The words 'formally' and 'formerly' are different. Why?
- means officially; with proper etiquette
For example: She was formally introduced to the CEO after concluding the application process.
- in the past; in earlier times
For example: The new space, formerly owned by Company X, will be renovated this week.
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