"Hello, Yang Li! I'm an English teacher in a middle school in Zhejiang, China. I'm really puzzled because I don't know the differences between aloud, loudly and loud. Can you help me?"
In this programme we look at three words: loud, loudly and aloud.
What are the differences?
We examine which part of speech（词性）each word is, and then use lots of examples to help you understand how and when to use them. For instance:
A loud voice.
My neighbours were talking very loudly.
The teacher read the story aloud so all the students could hear.
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