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    My throat always feels...

    Hello.

    My throat always feels too thick for me to speak in the presence of a young beautiful lady.

    Are there any errors in this sentence?
    Last edited by Daruma; 07-May-2009 at 18:25.


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    #2

    Re: My throat always feels...

    ...for me speaking in the presence...

    this is a good one:
    http://dictionary.cambridge.org/defi...7709&dict=CALD

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    #3

    Re: My throat always feels...

    My throat always feels too thick while speaking in the presence of a beautiful young lady.

    I would put it in this way.


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    Re: My throat always feels...

    Quote Originally Posted by cubezero3 View Post
    My throat always feels too thick while speaking in the presence of a beautiful young lady.

    I would put it in this way.
    you can drop "while"

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    Re: My throat always feels...

    That sounds right for me.

    Good to talk to you, mate.



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    Re: My throat always feels...

    "My throat always feels too thick while speaking in the presence of a beautiful young lady."

    Does this mean "My throat always feels so thick that I can't speak in the presence of a young beautiful lady"?

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