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    #1

    Need help, thanks.

    Hi.
    English is not my language, so, i'll try to get simple my question.
    I enjoy to do something as play on words or parodies with famous claims or brands logo. I took a sentence, as "just do it", so i create "just do italy".
    Does it appear as a suggestive and fanciful meaning?
    Or, better putting a comma before "italy?
    Thanks,
    Greensky66

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    #2

    Re: Need help, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by greensky66 View Post
    Hi.
    English is not my language, so, i'll try to get simple my question.
    I enjoy to do something as play on words or parodies with famous claims or brands logo. I took a sentence, as "just do it", so i create "just do italy".
    Does it appear as a suggestive and fanciful meaning?
    Or, better putting a comma before "italy?
    Thanks,
    Greensky66
    Firstly, "I enjoy to do..." is wrong, "enjoy" is a verb which must be followed by the form with "-ing" so "I enjoy doing..." is correct.
    Secondly, it depends, what do you mean by "Just do Italy"?


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    #3

    Re: Need help, thanks.

    It only seems a nice "play on word" by me, and sincerely i mean nothing specify.

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    #4

    Re: Need help, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by greensky66 View Post
    It only seems a nice "play on word" by me, and sincerely i mean nothing specify.
    Well, it could mean "Just visit Italy". It's something I dislike intensely, but there are a lot of people who when they visit another country say something like "Well, now I've done Italy, maybe next year I"ll do France".


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    #5

    Re: Need help, thanks.

    I'm grateful for your candid opinion.
    However, it was't been a bad idea.
    A lot of thanks,
    Greensky


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    #6

    Re: Need help, thanks.

    ..an sorry for my grammar mistakes. ...it has not been a bad idea.
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