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    Dear teachers,

    When we use 'smell' to mean 'to have a bad smell', we say 'my teeth smell' or 'my mouth smell' or '??? smell'? Thank you!

    -Did you brush your teeth this morning?
    -Of course! Why? Did my teeth smell?

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    Re: smell

    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    Dear teachers,

    When we use 'smell' to mean 'to have a bad smell', we say 'my teeth smell' or 'my mouth smell' or '??? smell'? Thank you!

    -Did you brush your teeth this morning?
    -Of course! Why? Did my teeth smell?
    We nprmally speak of one's breath smelling.

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    Re: smell

    Thank you, fivejedjon.
    And thank you for your corrections, Gil. Thanks a lot!

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