Often and oftenly?

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First of all i would like to understand the difference b/w often and oftenly.

Check these sentences.

I go to school often. or I go to school oftenly.

I oftenly go to school. or I often go to school.

I go oftenly to school. or I go often to school.
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Say or write:
I go to school often.
Or:
I often go to school.

There is no such word as oftenly. Don't use it. Emotion: smile

CJ
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Oftenly is not a verb...therefore, there are no differences.
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HamzaFirst of all i would like to understand the difference b/w often and oftenly.

Check these sentences.

I go to school often. or I go to school oftenly.

I oftenly go to school. or I often go to school.

I go oftenly to school. or I go often to school.

I often go to school.

Where did you find 'oftenly'? In which dictionary?
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And how do you say and spell: you're oftenly quiet? What is the word I should use, I forgot.
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Hi,

You're often oftenly quiet.

Clive
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i think you meant to say "you're awfully quiet"
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OFTENLY IS A WORD!
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May I ask why you think it is?

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