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    I am so happiness?

    Dear Sir,

    Can I say "I am so happiness"?
    How about "She is so happiness with her friends"?

    As I checked in google, it shows me happiness is a noun.
    So I feel that it is not right to use that word.

    Please advise.

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    Re: I am so happiness?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaiwei View Post
    Dear Sir,

    Can I say "I am so happiness"? No.
    How about "She is so happiness with her friends"? No.

    As I checked in google, it shows me happiness is a noun.
    So I feel that it is not right to use that word. You are right.

    Please advise.
    Bhai.

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    Re: I am so happiness?

    How about "she is feel happiness"?

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    Re: I am so happiness?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaiwei View Post
    How about "she is feel happiness"?
    No. You could say "she feels happiness", it would be grammatical and a context could be found for it.

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    Re: I am so happiness?

    She feels happiness when playing with her friends?

    Edited--
    Just saw your last post. Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by chaiwei; 25-Dec-2011 at 10:56. Reason: Just saw your last post. Thanks for your help.

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    Re: I am so happiness?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaiwei View Post
    She feels happiness when playing with her friends?

    Edited--
    Just saw your last post. Thanks for your help.
    You could say that, but it's much more natural to say "She feels happy when [she's] playing with her friends" or "She is happy when [she's] playing with her friends".

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