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  • What's the difference between 'alone' and 'lonely'?

  • You're not alone - we're here to help you find out.

  • If you are 'alone', you're not with people: 'solo'. 

  • 'Alone' is an adjective.

  • For example: 'I was alone in the garden all afternoon. No other  

  • person was with me.' It can also be an adverb of manner:

  • 'I live alone. I am the only person who  

  • lives in my house.' 'Lonely' is an adjective.

  • It means you are 'sad because you are not with other

  • people'. It describes how someone feels.

  • 'He was very lonely when his family was away.' So remember  

  • 'alone' is neutral but 'lonely' is a negative emotion.

  • You can feel happy if you are alone, but

  • if you are lonely, you are not happy.

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What's the difference between 'alone' and 'lonely'?

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Alone vs Lonely - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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