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I want to put an add for my property on a sharing website. Is my sentence ok :

You can have your everyday run on X Bridge.

This bridge is very popular in my city and many people are going there for a run or cycling.

  • Nothing wrong with your sentence, but you might want to mention the distance from X Bridge if it is a selling point. – Peter Feb 24 '18 at 16:13
  • It might be clearer to say "You can have your daily run on [the Bridge], which is [only x miles/kilometres] away. And ... and many people go there to run or cycle. – Livrecache Feb 25 '18 at 5:40
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While nothing is technically wrong, I think the meaning of "everyday" is a little unclear(ambiguous) here. Besides meaning "daily," this could also mean "common", "expected", or "standard." "Daily" is more clear in this case.

I think the use of "have" when referring to a "run" is a little misleading also, since you typically go for a run.

This accomplishes what you are trying to say with a little more clarity:

You can go for a daily run on X Bridge

  • So do you think this sentence is correct : If you are into having a healthy life, you can go for a daily run on X bridge. – Mike Feb 25 '18 at 9:49
  • @Mike - sounds great to me! – JacobIRR Feb 25 '18 at 19:36

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