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immediately

Correct spelling, explanation: this adverb, immediately, comes from adjective immediate. The word for this is mediate, therefore spelled with e, not i, in its other forms. The adjective prefix im- is added to mediate giving the opposite meaning (so: direct). The adverb immediately keeps this spelling, so immidiately is a mistake.

Definition of immediately:
adverb, done in an immediate matter; without any delay
I immediately understood why he was like that.
We should clean this up immediately, before mum sees!


Incorrect spelling

immidiately

Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is a mistake, because the root adjective, mediate is spelled with e (not i). This fact points to immediately as the correct adverbial form created from this adjective. Therefore immidiately is incorrect and immediately is the correct form.

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imediately

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immediatelly

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immediatley

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immediatly

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immidately

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emmediately

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imeaditly

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immedietly

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imediatly

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