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    #1

    clean/hygienic

    Which of the following sentences is acceptable? Which is better in each group?

    1. Disposable chopsticks are not as clean as them seem.
    2. Disposable chopsticks are not as hygienic as they seem.
    3. Disposable chopsticks are not as sanitary as they seem.

    4. Do you think disposable chopsticks are really clean and safe?
    5. Do you think disposable chopsticks are really hygienic and safe?
    6. Do you think disposable chopsticks are really sanitary and safe?

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    Re: clean/hygienic

    2 and 5 are my preferences. 6 is OK. The ones with "clean" don't work in this context.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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