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    vader jr is offline Newbie
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    Describe Colours

    The fish is orange in colour with white spots which is very beautiful.

    Is the sentence above correct ?
    I want to describe the colour.


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    Re: Describe Colours

    Quote Originally Posted by vader jr View Post
    The fish is orange in colour with white spots which is very beautiful.

    Is the sentence above correct ?
    I want to describe the colour.

    I would say "The fish is orange with white spots, and it is very beautiful".

    You don't need to say "in colour". Also, the way you have used "which is very beautiful" makes it sound as if you particularly think that "orange with white spots" is beautiful, whereas I imagine that you probably mean that the fish is very beautiful.

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    Re: Describe Colours

    An Immediate response..
    Now I understand..
    Thanks a lot from Malaysia..

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