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    1. I play cycling

    2. I do cycling

    3. I go for cycling

    a. Are the above sentences identical in meaning?
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    b. Are bike and bicyle the same?

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    Re: cycling

    a. I go cycling. (Don't forget the full stop.) The others are not idiiomatic.

    b. Bike and bicycle are the same.

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    Re: cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    a. I go cycling. (Don't forget the full stop.) The others are not idiiomatic.

    b. Bike and bicycle are the same.

    Rover

    The others are not idiiomatic.

    What do you mean of idiomatic here? I was trying to write a simple and ordinary sentences only but not idioms.


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