I'm currently studying for my proficiency exam and I just came across a vocabulary problem that I need some help with:
In one of the exam questions the correct solution to a 'fill-in-the-gap'-exercise was the following:
'..., but it is in fact a habit which is COMPARATIVELY easy to acquire.'
Before looking at the solutions I had the word 'comparably' instead of 'comparatively' in the gap. I tried to look at some sample phrases using 'comparably' to get a feel for the difference between the two words here but I can't seem to get the hang of it.
If anybody could shine a light on the use of these two words, that'd be great.