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    Can I use firstly in this sentence like this:

    In my opinion firstly you should change your way in(or of?) relaxing.

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    Re: firstly

    Welcome, shaci.

    Ex: In my opinion, you should, first, change your way of relaxing. Second, you should...

    Does that help?


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    Re: firstly

    It does. Sounds more natural. If I may say so...
    Thank you!

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