Student or Learner
I hope you are doing well. Suppose that one asks me when I am online on the Internet for chatting with Skype (a messenger). I want to give this answer but I am not sure if it is natural to you.
Look at this conversation please:
My friend: "When do you usually get online?"
Me: "Well, I usually sign in Skype everyday."
Me: "Well, I usually log in Skype everyday."
I have some doubts on the above two self-made sentences:
1. I don't know which one to use [sign in] or [log in].
2. I don't know if it's possible to used two adverbs of frequency in my sentence. I mean (usually) + (everyday) in one sentence.
I will be happy if you give me some guidance about my two self-made sentences.
Thank you very much.
You can sign in or log in. Whichever you choose, you have to do it to Skype. Finally, you can't use the adjective "everyday"; you have to write "every day."
Thus, these are OK:
Well, I usually sign in to Skype every day.
Well, I usually log in to Skype every day.
I am not a teacher.