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    Grammar

    A,"Did you really have the bonnet trimmed just for me?"

    B," Yes, and there's "Rue de la Paix" on the box, if that means anything to you."

    It meant nothing to her, smiling at her reflection in the mirror.

    Is it also correct with "she smiling at her reflection in the mirror....." in this case? Pls.

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    A,"Did you really have the bonnet trimmed just for me?"

    B," Yes, and there's "Rue de la Paix" on the box, if that means anything to you."

    It meant nothing to her, smiling at her reflection in the mirror.

    Is it also correct with "she smiling at her reflection in the mirror....." in this case? Pls.
    It's not very good with "she" in this case.

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