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    #1

    raidant with smiles

    Are the following sentences acceptable?

    1. She sets a good example with her own conduct and devotes every effort to benefiting us students.
    2. Besides, she is always radiant with smiles that makes us cheerful.

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    #2

    Re: raidant with smiles

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    I would have 'radiant' describing 'smiles':
    "Besides, her radiant smiles always make us cheerful."

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    Re: raidant with smiles

    Or something like She always has a radiant smile...

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