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    kinds of scenes?

    Hi! If I want to recommend a friend to watch a film which contains very violent scenes, can I say the following sentence?

    -You could watch this film; it has very violent scenes, but you could enjoy it if you like those kinds of scenes.

    Is the use of those kinds of scenes fine or should I say that kind of scenes?

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    Re: kinds of scenes?

    "Those kinds of scenes" or "that kind of of movie/film".
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 06-Jun-2014 at 19:25. Reason: tiny typo

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