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    daily/every day

    Hi,

    I have such question:

    Which is sentence below correct? If both are correct do they mean the same?

    1) She writes to me almost daily.
    2) She writes to me almost every day.

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    Re: daily/every day

    Quote Originally Posted by kompstar View Post
    Hi,

    I have a question:

    Which sentence below is correct? If both are correct do they mean the same?

    1) She writes to me almost daily.
    2) She writes to me almost every day.
    They are both correct and mean the same.

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    #3

    Re: daily/every day

    Hi,

    I have a question:

    Which sentence below is correct? If both are correct, do they mean the same?

    1) She writes to me almost daily.
    2) She writes to me almost every day.

    Yes, both of your sentences are correct, and yes they do mean the same.


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    #4

    Re: daily/every day

    teechar, as I asked before, has your home country changed since you first registered? I'm sure it hasn't always been Aaland.

    How come a citizen of those islands has English as their native language?

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