DUO, Don't give 'especially' as a hint if it's not applicable.
Why not 'especially'?
why not ;
especially, don't forget to send the attachment ?
what is the difference in use betwen ; especially, and above all ?
"Especially" does not really make sense as a stand-alone clause, it needs to modify something specific.
What is wrong with using "especially" instead of "above all"?
That's a piece of clothing
I put a hyphen between piece (accent grave on the first e) and jointe and was marked incorrect!
There is no such word in the dictionary, so I do not find that surprising.
Do not forget to send the attachment marked incorrect
You cannot omit "Surtout".
"Above all" sounds rather cheezy. Moreover, or especially fits better.
Neither of those actually fit well, but "In particular" should work.