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    Hello,

    I just want to ask about certain expressions, I want to know to what extent they are right :

    1) The king's of laughter bitterness

    or

    The king of laughfter's bitterness

    or

    the bitterness of the king of laughter


    2) they described him as the rapist of little ( or small girls ) , and what the difference ?

    3) can we use the expression : " high principles " or not ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tasneemspring View Post

    Hello,

    I just want to ask about certain expressions, I want to know to what extent they are right :

    1) The king's of laughter bitterness

    or

    The king of laughfter's bitterness

    or

    the bitterness of the king of laughter


    2) they described him as the rapist of little ( or small girls ) , and what the difference ?

    3) can we use the expression : " high principles " or not ?
    Hi, Iīm student too so I will try to answer your question.
    mmm...The first one I think that you want to say is "The King of bitter laughs" to describe a person with bitter expression when laugh. Itīs poetical I canīt imagine someone with this kind of expression.

    They described him as the underage rapist....

    mmm the last expression you can change on this one.... highest ethical standards

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    They are really urgent question , are not there any relies ?!!!!

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    I think that The king of laughter's bitterness is gramatically correct but not necessarily lexically. Depends on what you want to say. I understand it that way: The King of bitter laughter.

    They described him as a rapist of little girl/small girls. Actually there's no difference in meaning, however, small girls denotes the girls who are not tall.

    And yes, we can say high principles but it also depends on meaning. If you mean a rule for good behaviour then it is perfectly correct.

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