not hardly vs not at all : Common Errors in English

About not hardly vs not at all

“Not hardly” is slang, fine when you want to be casual—but in a formaldocument? Not hardly!

not hardly in News

  • Pier to Pier Quest takes O.C. coastal adventurers on 20-mile trek

    At a rocky cove, a group of rock-jumpers was approached Tuesday by a lifeguard asking if those who were making noise in the water were in distress. "Not hardly," came the answer. The 17 people jumping from the rock and frolicking loudly in the water...
    on August 7, 2013 Source: Laguna News Post

not at all in News

  1. Lisicki unfazed at being new Wimbledon favorite

    By Justin Palmer LONDON (Reuters) - Installed by bookmakers as the favorite to win Wimbledon and a first grand slam title after stunning holder Serena Williams in the last 16 on Monday, Sabine Lisicki flashed a winning smile that belied any feelings of pressure. "No, not at all," the relaxed German told a news conference when asked if she was fazed by the prospect of being the woman to beat ...
    on July 2, 2013 Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Sports

  2. Tennis-Lisicki unfazed at being new Wimbledon favourite

    By Justin Palmer LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) - Installed by bookmakers as the favourite to win Wimbledon and a first grand slam title after stunning holder Serena Williams in the last 16 on Monday, Sabine Lisicki flashed a winning smile that belied any feelings of pressure. "No, not at all," the relaxed German told a news conference when asked if she was fazed by the prospect of being the woman to ...
    on July 2, 2013 Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Sports

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