(1)To a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common or expected: ‘This year’s examination results are surprisingly good. The girls especially have done better.’(2) Particularly: ‘Food seems cheaper here, especially meat.’ ‘Winter is especially severe on old people.’

Especially cannot come at the beginning of a sentence. Put it after the subject (NOT in front of the subject).

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