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    Smile the T-shirt on you

    Which of the following sentences is acceptable?
    What's the difference among them?

    (1) The T-shirt on you is very good.
    (2) The T-shirt is very good on you.
    (3) The T-shirt looks good on you.
    (4) The T-shirt on you looks good.

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    Re: the T-shirt on you

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Which of the following sentences is acceptable?
    What's the difference among between them?

    (1) The T-shirt on you is very good. not very natural at all
    (2) The T-shirt is very good on you. not very natural
    (3) The T-shirt looks good on you. fine
    (4) The T-shirt on you looks good. not very natural
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