Do you normally use the word "literally" to emphasize the context?
Answer from a Native speaker
Yes, the word "literally" is often used in English for emphasis on something, even if it may not be describing something happening in a literal sense. When used in this way, the word "literally" is very informal and can be over-used. Ex: I literally hate driving. I literally can't handle it. Ex: You literally don't know anything.
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