Immediateley vs. Immediately: What's the Difference?
"Immediateley" is the incorrect spelling. The correct spelling is "immediately," which means "without delay" or "instantly."
Which is correct: Immediateley or Immediately
How to spell Immediately?
Immediateley is Incorrect
Immediately is Correct
Remember that 'immediately' is spelled like 'immediate' with an 'ly' added at the end.
The word 'immediately' has 'media' in it, like 'news media,' which aims to report events immediately.
There are two 'm's and two 'e's, but only one 'l' before the 'y.'
Think of the word 'mediate,' which is part of 'immediately,' and also has one 'l.'
'Immediately' sounds like it has four syllables, just like it looks.
Immediateley and Immediately Definitions
Immediateley is an incorrect spelling of immediatel
Immediately can also mean 'directly,' as in close proximity.
He was seated immediately next to her.
Immediately means right away, without any delay.
She left the room immediately.
Immediately can describe something that is so apparent it is seen or understood at once.
The problem was immediately obvious.
Immediately also means 'exactly,' as in precisely this moment or place.
I mean this immediately, no excuses.
Without an intermediary; directly
The parties immediately involved in the suit.
As soon as; directly
They phoned immediately they reached home.
In an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.
I hope we can begin immediately.
Directly (as soon as), instantly, the moment that. Indicates that the independent clause describes something that occurs immediately after the dependent clause's referent does.
In an immediate manner; without intervention of any other person or thing; proximately; directly; - opposed to mediately; as, immediately contiguous.
God's acceptance of it either immediately by himself, or mediately by the hands of the bishop.
Without interval of time; without delay; promptly; instantly; at once.
And Jesus . . . touched him, saying, I will; be thou clean. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed.
As soon as. Cf. Directly, 8, Note.
Without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening;
He answered immediately
Found an answer straightaway
An official accused of dishonesty should be suspended forthwith
Come here now!
Near or close by;
He passed immediately behind her
Bearing an immediate relation;
This immediately concerns your future
Immediately refers to doing something as soon as something else is finished.
Immediately after the meeting, they left.
Why is it called immediately?
It is called "immediately" because it signifies an action or event occurring without delay.
What is the root word of immediately?
The root word is "immediate."
Which vowel is used before immediately?
The vowel 'i' is used.
What is the verb form of immediately?
There is no verb form of "immediately"; it is an adverb.
Which preposition is used with immediately?
Prepositions like "after" or "before" can be used with "immediately."
What is the pronunciation of immediately?
What is the plural form of immediately?
N/A (it is an adverb)
Is immediately a noun or adjective?
Neither, it is an adverb.
Is immediately a vowel or consonant?
It starts with a vowel.
Which conjunction is used with immediately?
Conjunctions like "and" or "but" can be used, depending on the context.
Is immediately an abstract noun?
What is another term for immediately?
What is the singular form of immediately?
Immediately (it is an adverb, so it does not have a singular or plural form).
Which article is used with immediately?
No article is typically used with "immediately" since it's an adverb.
Which determiner is used with immediately?
None, as it's an adverb.
How many syllables are in immediately?
What is the opposite of immediately?
What is the third form of immediately?
Is immediately a negative or positive word?
Neutral, though context can change this.
Is immediately a countable noun?
No, it's not a noun.
Is the immediately term a metaphor?
Is the word immediately imperative?
No, but it can be used in an imperative sentence.
How do we divide immediately into syllables?
What is the second form of immediately?
How is immediately used in a sentence?
"Call me immediately if there's an issue."
Is immediately an adverb?
Is immediately a collective noun?
What is a stressed syllable in immediately?
The second syllable "me" is stressed.
What part of speech is immediately?
What is the first form of immediately?
N/A (it is an adverb)
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