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  1. Isabelle Dupot
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    Hello there,

    I was writing an email today for an old relative who I haven't seen for a couple of years.

    I wrote the sentence: I will send you some pictures back. If you have any pictures of me ' Probably THEY would look different THAN I DO'

    Is it correct to say 'they' about pictures

    Is it write to say 'they would look different that I do'

    What I mean to say is that if she has my pictures they won't the same as me. How can I say that?


    Thank you so much in Anticipation
    Isabelle

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    Re: pictures

    You can use "they" for pictures, just like you use it for any other things as the plural form of "it".
    I'm not so sure about the second part. I've always seen the collocation "different from", so I suppose I'd say something like "they'll probably look different from the way I look now"

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