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    Smile I can't bear to see my dear friend in such pain.

    I can't bear to see my dear friend in such pain.
    I can't stand to see my dear friend suffering such pain.



    Do both of the above sound right and convey a similar idea? Thanks.

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    Default Re: I can't bear to see my dear friend in such pain.

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    I can't bear to see my dear friend in such pain.
    I can't stand to see my dear friend suffering such pain.



    Do both of the above sound right and convey a similar idea? Thanks.
    Angli,

    Yes! Both sentences indicate that your friend is experiencing significant pain.

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    Default Re: I can't bear to see my dear friend in such pain.

    Thanks, Amigos4.
    Got it.

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