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    up close

    what is it mean exactly ''seeing the tigers up close''...

    up close ???

    Can I make a sentences as follows:

    I was seeing her up close for the first time.

    and Which is better to say?

    1- I was seeing her that close for the first time

    2- I was seeing her so close for the first time

    3- I was seeing her that closely for the first time

    4- I was seeing her from so close a distance for the first time.

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    Re: up close

    I was seeing her up close (~ in great detail; at close range) for the first time. No. 1. & 2. are possible.

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    Re: up close

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhaheart View Post
    I was seeing her up close (~ in great detail; at close range) for the first time. No. 1. & 2. are possible.

    thank you very much indeed. Excellent

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    Re: up close

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    what is it mean exactly ''seeing the tigers up close''...
    What is meant exactly by "seeing the tigers up close"?

    Quote Originally Posted by brend10 View Post
    Can I make a sentence as follows:

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    Re: up close

    thank you...

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