Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Easily"

Synonyms of "Easily" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between easily and with easy ?
A: It's "with ease", not "with easy."

"Easily" is more common in everyday conversation. It just means "it wasn't difficult."

"With ease", on the other hand, conveys an additional sense of elegance/poise/effortlessness in completing the task. It's a more decorative form of language than "easily."
Q: What is the difference between That's easily the best. and That's by far the best. ?
A: “That’s easily the best” is like saying that without even having to think about it I know it’s the best - it’s so easy to know that this is the best because it’s obvious.

“That’s by far the best” means more like everything else is way worse than this - this thing is so much better compared to all the other things.
Q: What is the difference between could easily and would be likely to ?
A: In this context they mean the same thing. Easy = 쉽게
Likely to happen means there is a big chance it will happen
Q: What is the difference between Could easily and Would be likely to ?
A: They mean the same thing. Here, it just means that something can be the result of something else.

Eg Drink driving could easily lead to an accident.
Drink driving would be likely to lead to an accident.
Q: What is the difference between easily and easier ?
A: easily = facilmente
easier = más fácil

It's easier to have a dog = es más fácil tener un perro

You can easily change: puedes cambiar facilmente

Translations of "Easily"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? easily
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce easily.
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Q: More easily. Does this sound natural?
A: you could also say 'much easier'

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