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vocabulary question – literacy-literally-literary ?

Do you know the difference between : literacy, literally and literary ?

Literacy means the ability to read ans write ( = alphabétisation )
Literally means in the true sens of the word ( = littéralement)
Literacy means of the nature of books and writing (=  littéraire)

Exemple : literacy is literally the main skill of à literacy man ( savoir lire et écrite sont littéralement les principales compétences d’un homme de lettres)

read more and forget war

Come and literally get some literacy knowledge with the book club on April 21st.
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