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    Cool Does it make sense for you?

    Does it make sense for you the following expression:

    British prestigious cinema characteristic flawless finish,

    What I want to say is "A flawless finish characteristic of the British prestigious cinema"

    Is it possible to say it like my proposal? Does it sound English? Good or bad one?

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    Re: Does it make sense for you?

    Hello..

    It does not make much sense to me. I am sorry to say this. I just would add 'is the' in the sentence thats all.

    I would rather reframe the sentence as "A flawless finish is the characteristic of the British prestigious cinema"


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    Upasana

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