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    study on a daily basis

    Dear all,

    Does it sound natural if I say, "I practice karate on a daily basis" or "You should study English on a daily basis" in conversation?

    I know what the phrase means but I'm not sure how it can be used in conversation.

    Thank you

    Last edited by optimistic pessimist; 01-Nov-2011 at 05:03.

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    Re: study on a daily basis

    t's not unnatural, but I think that most people would simply say 'every day'.

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