ON A DAILY ‘BASIS’
IF YOU'RE thinking about writing with clarity, it's usually best to drop the word "basis". Salmah walks to school on a daily basis. (Drop "basis". Salmah walks to school daily.)
The clerks have to check the inventory on a monthly basis. (go for "check the inventory each month).
FORBIDDING/FOREBODING “Foreboding” means “ominous,” as in “The sky was a foreboding shade of grey” The prefix “fore-” often indicates something pointing to the future “forecast,” “foreshadowing”.
A forbidding person or task is hostile or dangerous: “The trek across the desert to the nearest village was forbidding.”
FORCEFUL, FORCIBLE, FORCED
These words sometimes overlap, but generally “forceful” means “powerful” (“he imposed his forceful personality on the lions”) while “forcible” must be used instead to describe the use of force (“the burglar made a forcible entry into the apartment”). “Forced” is often used for the latter purpose, but some prefer to reserve this word to describe something that is done or decided upon as a result of outside causes without necessarily being violent: “a forced landing,” “a forced smile,” “forced labour.”