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    Post Is this a correct sentence?

    When I listened English comversation program,I guess the native guest say,”Everything seems so perfect in still”。I looked up into the dictionary ,there is a usage of "in still".
    Is the sentense ”Everytiing seems so perfect and still ”correct ?

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    Re: Is this a correct sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuyu0615 View Post
    When I listened to an English comnversation program, I guess the native guest say said,”Everything seems so perfect in still”。I looked up into the dictionary , and there is a( ? no) usage of "in still".
    Is the sentensce ”Everytiing seems so perfect and still ”correct ?
    Could the speaker have said, "in style"?

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    Thank you for your answer. Is the sentense"Everything seems so perfect and still"correct?

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    Re: Is this a correct sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuyu0615 View Post
    Thank you for your answer. Is the sentence "Everything seems so perfect and still" correct?
    Yes, that makes sense.

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    Thank you(for correcting my mistake and answer),bhaisahab
    I made so many mistake.I have to be careful.

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    I fogot an important thing. I gusee the geust speaker said"If it snows(←in Japanese),everything seems so perfect and still"
    fivejedjon,bhaisahab,thank you very much.

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    Re: Is this a correct sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuyu0615 View Post
    I fogot an important thing. I gusee the geust speaker said"If it snows(←in Japanese),everything seems so perfect and still".
    A lesson for others with questions: the more context you give, the easier it is for us to give a helpful answer.

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