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    #1

    Post Sentence problem.

    I think about this sentence:

    "There is nothing like talking about Sabaton and AC/DC's concert next year during oral certification exam"

    And here is my question:
    Can I write "there is nothing like talking" or "talk"? This sentence express positive or negative feelings?
    I want to show my positive feelings, but I not sure I done this properly.

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    #2

    Re: Sentence problem.

    The expression 'there is nothing like something' is used to describe a positive, unique, pleasant experience.
    In your sentence, the 'something' is 'talking about the concert'. But I do not see how the concert is related to the exam.

    not a teacher

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