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2019年5月10日

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I was taught "particulary" isn't used in the start of a sentence in written language, but is it unnatural to use it that way in spoken language? We Japanese often use particularly(=特に in Japanese) in both written and spoken language. I know "in particular", which can be used in the start of a sentence, but I'm just curious about the usage of "particularly" in spoken language.

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I was taught "particulary" isn't used in the start of a sentence in written language, but is it unnatural to use it that way in spoken language? We Japanese often use particularly(=特に in Japanese) in both written and spoken language. I know "in particular", which can be used in the start of a sentence, but I'm just curious about the usage of "particularly" in spoken language.
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