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Thread: slim / thin


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    Wink slim / thin

    Hi

    Please could somebody explain the difference in meaning and usage in the words slim/thin

    and also explain want difficulties would face a person learning english in terms of grammar. I am writing an essay on the english language and would like to hear e teachers opinion on this.

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    Re: slim / thin

    Slim- positive connotation
    Thin- can be negative (illness, etc)

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