Especially vs specially “Especially and specially” are used to mean “for a special purpose”:
They wrote transcript especially/specially for the occasion. We built this place especially/specially fire resistance.
She in fact came here especially/specially to see you.
“Especially” means “more than others“:
I love all sports, especially swimming. The whole meal especially the soup were really delicious.
This is house has little space to live in, especially if you have children.
Specially = a special manner:
Incorrect: We don’t want you to treat us especially. Correct: We don’t want you to treat us specially.