Safe, safety, & safely are confusing words for a lot of English learners. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at the difference between these three words and how you can use them your English conversations and writing.
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Here are the example sentences:
Safe is an adjective:
These days, New York is a safe city
The government has done many things to make the city safe for everyone.
The subways are safe at night, too!
You can feel safe riding a taxi in New York.
Safety is a noun:
Safety is a big concern for a lot of people.
The railroad cares about the comfort and safety of the passengers.
Your safety is important to us.
Safely is an adverb:
You can safely ride the subway in New York at night.
If you safely use this gas stove, you’ll have no problems.
Please drive safely. It’s raining very hard.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- There are four different ways do we use let it/something/someone go.
Today’s listening challenge:
- Based on the talk at the beginning of this podcast, how do you feel about New York City?
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