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any day will do

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"Any day will do" is an English idiomatic phrase. It's used to express flexibility regarding the day something will or can occur. It means the speaker doesn't have a specific preference and is open to all possible options. This phrase portrays a sense of nonchalance and easygoing attitude.
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"Sure, any day will do for our picnic, as long as the sun is shining!"
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any

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"Any" is a determiner in English language. It's used for referring to an indefinite quantity or number of something, and can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns. Its use is common in negative sentences, questions, and after if/whether, to represent an open, unrestricted range of things or possibilities.
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"Any time you need help, just ask me, Ayudis, your assistant."
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day

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"Day" is a noun in English. Derived from Old English "dæg," it primarily refers to a 24-hour period, specifically the time between sunrise and sunset. It can also be used metaphorically, as in "back in my day," or to denote a specific point in time, like "on the day of the concert."
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"Today is a beautiful day; let's make the most of it."
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will

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"Will" is a modal auxiliary verb in English. It's used for forming future tenses, expressing willingness or prediction, and giving commands. It's also used to signify intent or determination. This word originated from Old English "willan" meaning "to wish" or "to desire".
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"Tomorrow, I will start my day with a healthy breakfast and a refreshing morning jog."
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do

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"Do" is an auxiliary verb in English, often used in questions, negations, and emphatic expressions. It can also be a main verb indicating action or task completion. As an auxiliary verb, it helps form interrogative and negative sentences. It's one of the most versatile words in English language.
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"Do you know that doing simple tasks daily can make a big difference in life?"
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