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    #1

    Reach out for often

    Hi everyone,
    I wonder if 'reach out for often' is same as 'as often'. For instance: The wine glass is full again, reached out for often.
    Thanks for your confirmation.

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    #2

    Re: Reach out for often

    I'm afraid it's such an unnatural sentence that considering an alternative is not worth the trouble.

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