You may remember from a previous lesson before, USUALLY is an adverb of frequency. You can refer to this lesson and chart here. It means that the probability of me carrying the above items is very very likely, but not always 100% as sometimes I forget my cell phone at home. My husband can tell you that it happens to me quite often!! So the chances of me carrying all the above items in my bag is about 90% of the time. This is what USUALLY means.
Another word is CARRY. This is a verb meaning to have with you or to take from one place to another. There are so many things you can carry with you: carry cash, carry lipstick, carry my meeting notes, carry my dog, carry groceries. Non-humans can also carry things, for example, a train can carry passengers, a school bus can carry students.
There are times when the word CARRY doesn't necessarily have to mean something must move from one place to another. It can also be used to mean contain or hold on to something. For example a suitcase can carry clothes, a book can carry meaning . We can also "carry excess weight" or "carry burden."
Can you share some things that you usually carry in your bag?
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