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literallyAt some point, “literally” became a common word among English speakers. However, we typically use it incorrectly.

Consider some of the social uses. “I was literally scared to death,” except you did not die. “I literally had the time of my life,” except you could probably think of other times of your life that equate or top that experience. “This is literally the coolest thing you will ever see in your life,” which is highly subjective since you’re life hasn’t ended.