Today’s Word: frequently

June 29, 2017 =========

☆  frequently 頻繁に


If you do something frequently, you do it often, habitually, and repeatedly. There is really no difference between “often” and “frequently”, however, in American English it is more common to say “often” whereas in British English, frequently is more commonly used.

As for habits, something that you do frequently is much more likely to become a habit, right? So, if you want the habit of learning new English words, then it’s a good idea to read this email magazine frequently, rather than just once a week. Ha ha 🙂 If you want to get fit, it is better to exercise frequently for short periods of time, than once a week for a long period of time.

What habits do you do frequently?