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    Help with sentences

    Hi,
    Can you write " I'm feeling the rush from this place" or "I'm feeling the rush in this place" ? Do these sentences make sense?

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    Re: Help with sentences

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    We typically say, "I'm getting​ a rush from this place."

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    Re: Help with sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic9000 View Post
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    We typically say, "I'm getting​ a rush from this place."

    Thanks,
    So none of these two sentences are grammatically correct?

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    Re: Help with sentences

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    The sentences are fine grammatically, I was just pointing out the typical usage of that idiom.

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    Re: Help with sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by alia189 View Post
    Thanks.
    So neither of these two sentences is grammatically correct?
    I agree with SlickVic.

    Tip for a better thread title: I'm feeling the rush, as that is the expression you are asking about.

    Rover

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