immediately すぐに

July 27, 2016 =========
☆ immediately すぐに
If something happens immediately, it happens without delay, at once. Immediately is usually used as an adverb. For example, “I have to go to Tokyo immediately, it’s urgent.” Or “He finished his beer and ordered another one immediately.”
When you say that something happens, “immediately after” something else, it means it happens as soon as the other thing is finished. For example, “I have to meet with a client immediately after lunch.” Or “She contacted me immediately after the meeting last week.”
What do you have to do immediately now that you have read this email? That’s right, you have to use “immediately” in a sentence, immediately! 🙂