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    Post I "like to lick" ice cream???

    hello, teachers

    do we say "I like to lick ice cream in a hot summer."

    Is this sentence acceptable?

    thanks a lot

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    Re: I "like to lick" ice cream???

    better to say "I like to lick ice cream in the hot weather'

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    Re: I "like to lick" ice cream???

    I'd be more inclined to say "I like to eat..." Obviously, you normally eat ice-cream by licking it (unless you eat it from a dish), but we don't normally specify "lick" unless there is some reason to do so.


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    Re: I "like to lick" ice cream???

    thanks for your replies

    ^^

    i

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