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    belly laugh

    Hello teachers:
    I am learning the term "belly laugh".
    Here is my try "When I saw Mary laugh with belly laugh, it makes me release."

    Could you take a look at it?
    thanks a lot!

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    Re: belly laugh

    Hello WUKEN, I'm not a teacher, but I hope that my advice helps!

    "When I saw Mary laugh with belly laugh, it makes me release."

    It was a decent try. I wouldn't repeat the word laugh though, and you should try to avoid passive voice. I'd write something like this: "When I saw Mary's belly laugh, I was relieved."

    I hope this helps. :)

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    Re: belly laugh

    Thanks a lot!
    It's helpful!

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