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    smiling face

    Are the following sentences acceptable?

    1. My face always flushes with smiles.
    2. I have a smiling face and get flushed easily.
    3. My face is always flushed with smiles.

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    Re: smiling face

    Moderator's response to your other, similar questions apply.
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    Re: smiling face

    1. I have a smiling face and my cheeks are always ruddy.
    2. I always wear smiles on my little face and my cheeks are always ruddy.
    Last edited by Ashiuhto; 21-Apr-2013 at 14:59.

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    Re: smiling face

    Moderator's comments not yet addressed.
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    Re: smiling face

    Here it is again:

    Are the following sentences acceptable?
    You have been posting a lot of sentences under the above question, Ashiuhto. I think it's time to specify what you mean by 'acceptable'.

    Do you mean grammatical, natural, understandable, meaningful? Acceptable to whom: examiners, native speakers, philosophers, your peers?

    For what purpose do you keep writing them?

    Rover



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