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    Smile Occasionally and ought to

    Hello again,

    What is "occasionally" and "ought to" mean?

    million thanK!~

    Warmest regards,
    kah hong

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    Re: Occasionally and ought to

    occasionally, from time to time; now and then.
    ought to, obligation, duty.

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    Re: Occasionally and ought to

    Occasionally is an adverb means infrequently, somthing do not happen regularly.

    for ought to refer this - it is more or less synonym to "should" http://www.translationdirectory.com/article302.htm

    Quote Originally Posted by kahhong
    Hello again,
    What is "occasionally" and "ought to" mean?
    million thanK!~
    Warmest regards,
    kah hong

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