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TOPIC: Way and Approach

Way and Approach #286

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Today I read a sentence as follows:
No matter how smart you are, the best approach is to spend time on English every day.
I'm wondering whether I can use "way" to replace "approach".e.i. Do "way" and "approach" have the same meaning.
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Way and Approach #287

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You asked whether "way" and "approach" have the same meaning.
In this context, they do . You could replace "approach" with the word "way".
For example:
If you want a pay rise, the safest approach is to talk to your direct supervisor and get his support.
In this example, we can use "way" or even "way forward".
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