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    guiding me marching on my road

    Are these two sentences acceptable to native speakers? Thank you!
    Ever since I was born, you are an everlasing shinning star, guiding me marching on my road when I take every step forward. / Ever since I was born, you have been an everlasting star, guiding me marching on the my road with every step I take.

    Are these two sentences acceptable to native speakers? Thank you!
    My mum is tender.
    My mum is gentle.

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    Re: guiding me marching on my road

    Quote Originally Posted by ziawj2 View Post
    Are these two sentences acceptable to native speakers? Thank you!
    Ever since I was born, you are (no)an everlasing shinning star, guiding me marching on my road when I take every step forward. No, forget this one.

    Ever since I was born, you have been (yes) an everlasting star, guiding me marching as I march on the my road, with every step I take.


    Are these two sentences acceptable to native speakers? Thank you!
    My mum is tender.
    My mum is gentle.
    Yes, they're OK.

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