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I have a question about the use of "steadily". Can you explain the use of 'steadily'?
Please see the below sentence.
Does the use of 'steadily' sound awkward in the below sentence, or is it OK?
I am looking forward to your opinions. Thank you in advance. ^^
Ms. Lee steadily visits the branch offices in Asia to make sure they are operating at full capacity.
Last edited by juliana0403; 09-Jul-2012 at 04:15.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
OK. Thank you ^^
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I'm going to take a punt here and suggest that Barb perhaps read the question as "Does "steadily" sound OK here?" instead of "Does "steadily" sound awkward here?" I agree with 5jj that it sounds very unnatural and that "regularly" would be much more appropriate.
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