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    It made my day

    Does "it makes my day" mean "It makes me really happy"?

    5)I didn’t see any mountain gods, but I did hear that more than a thousand deer live on the mountain. It made my day as the weather at the top was excellent. I could see far out into the East China Sea, as well as all of Jeju Island.
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    Re: It made my day

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Does "it makes my day" mean "It makes me really happy"?

    5)I didn’t see any mountain gods, but I did hear that more than a thousand deer live on the mountain. It made my day as the weather at the top was excellent. I could see far out into the East China Sea, as well as all of Jeju Island.
    Yes.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 22-Jun-2013 at 22:59.

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