- 2 Post By magdalena
Is it OK to say "I like to have composure", meaning that you like to be in that mental state?
You should use adjectives rather than nouns - I like to stay composed in such situations/ I would like to remain composed but......'or I always try to stay calm and composed.
Originally Posted by alikim
You can also say maintain/keep/retain composure instead of have:)
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