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

Synonyms of "Correctly" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between correctly and rightly ?
A: I would say the difference is that 'rightly' seems more like an opinion. 'Correctly' sounds more like it's fact.
Q: What is the difference between correctly and properly ?
A: Another useful tip:
You can use properly for something you should already know or recently learned how to do and sometimes in a way that seems educated or high class.

"I can walk properly." = just learned (young kids); should know (adults)
"He can speak properly." = recently learned (for young kids); educated (for adults)
"She can dress properly." = recently learned to do by himself/herself (for young kids); high class (for adults)

Correctly just means "in the correct way" and has no double meanings.

Translations of "Correctly"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? correctly
A: Properly the 't' should be pronounced, but I will admit native speakers often skip it when speaking quickly. I gave slow and fast examples.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why were you go there? i correctly or im wrong?
A: Well, It is "why did you go there.".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? correctly
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Other questions about "Correctly"

Q: "correctly" does this sound natural?
A: not-carrotly

k-or-eh-k-t-lee

Lee-like Bruce Lee ^^
Q: Please show me how to pronounce correctly .
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Q: correctly?
A: there are some mistakes but good effort though
Q: What's the most correctly?
(You and me )Or (you and I )
A: can you explain to me

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