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    #1

    Smile for relaxation/to relax yourself

    What do you do for relaxation when you're not studying?
    What do you do to relax yourself when you're not studying?


    Does the above two sound right and refer to the same concept? Thanks.


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    Re: for relaxation/to relax yourself

    The first sentence is fine.
    The second one is fine if you omit "yourself" after "relax".

    They convey the same meaning.

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    Re: for relaxation/to relax yourself

    Got it! Thanks, Anglika.

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