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    Smile social/socializing revolution

    Social revolution
    Socializing revolution



    Do both of the above phrases sound right and mean about the same to you? Thanks.

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    Re: social/socializing revolution

    They're different, angliholic. The first one I've heard; the second one doesn't make all that much sense politically, but it sounds like it would be interesting, a revolution where people socialize?

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    Smile Re: social/socializing revolution

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    They're different, angliholic. The first one I've heard; the second one doesn't make all that much sense politically, but it sounds like it would be interesting, a revolution where people socialize?
    Thanks, Soup.
    There is an article in my English magazine using "socializing revolution" as its subtitle. So I wonder what the differences are between "social revolution" and "socializing revolution."

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    Re: social/socializing revolution

    There's a big difference, and the author no doubt was able to explain that, I hope, in the article. Yes? No?

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