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    In explanaining something, can I say " I suppose I should say casually that..."?

    Dear teachers,

    In explanaining something in informal conversation, can I say " I suppose I should say casually that..." ?

    What is the meaning "to say casually" ?

    Thanks

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    Re: In explanaining something, can I say " I suppose I should say casually that..."?

    Quote Originally Posted by duiter View Post
    Dear teachers,

    In explaining something in informal conversation, can I say " I suppose I should say casually that..." ?

    What is the meaning "to say casually" ?

    Thanks
    "I suppose I should say casually that..." This is not natural English.

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