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    What day it is today

    Hi,

    Is "What day it is today that the sweet puffs of the wind are decorating the sky with the dust lying on the rooftops of our houses" correct?

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    Re: What day it is today

    In what context do you want to use this sentence?

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    Re: What day it is today

    I just read it. It was written in my language. I tried to translate it.

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    Re: What day it is today

    It doesn't make much sense to me.

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    Re: What day it is today

    When the wind blows, the dust flies away, and it goes up in the air. The writer have used it in this sense.

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    Re: What day it is today

    "What a day it is today! The sweet puffs of the wind are decorating the sky with the dust from the rooftops of our houses."
    It makes sense to me like this. How does that fit with your interpretation of it?

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