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On(at?) the weekdays, usually, I don't go out(get out of home?) and study at home.

Which sounds OK?: go out or get out or get out of home?
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Hi,

On(at?) the weekdays, usually, I don't go out(get out of home?)and study at home.

Which sounds OK?: go out or get out or get out of home?

Natural English would be

eg On weekdays, usually I don't go out. I stay home and study.

Clive
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You would use on (weekdays) you really would say house not home... get/go out of the house. I'll tell you how I would say it yet also encourage you, I understand what you meant. On weekdays I usually study and don't go out of the house. Another example, On weekdays I usually study at home and don't go out of the house.
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Another way to say it, Usually on weekdays I stay home and study.