- For Teachers
Context : Asking a friend if he is doing exercise to build up body.
1. Do you exercise daily?
2. Do you do exercise daily?
Please advise me which is the correct one among these two questions. And tell me the words(slangs) that can be replaced for exercise.
Thanks in Advance.
That is changing the meaning considerably IMO.you can also say instead of it that" do you exert yourself daily?"
Do you have a daily workout routine?
And keeping in mind 'exercise' can be an uncountable noun, I see no good reason why one cannot say
Do you do/take daily exercise?
Do you have a daily workout routine? This is more specific. When I ask "Do you exercise every day?", I really asks if they do any kind of activity that can be called exercise. A workout routine is something more organized, like going to a gym or whatever.
Do you do/take daily exercise? I suppose so. "Take" sounds British to me, but I'm not sure about that.
If it's more conversational, I'm more likely to say "Do you get exercise every day?" (in Canada).