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    "Cherish my thoughts"

    Hi, is this sentence correct?
    "I cherish my thoughts for you"

    And also this:
    "The one who had loved them"

    Thank you.

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    Re: "Cherish my thoughts"

    Hi, is this sentence correct?
    "I cherish my thoughts for you"

    Not really. It is grammatically correct, but its meaning is murky and suspect. If you love the person why not simply say "I cherish you"? Cherishing your own feelings is not really to the point, besides being narcissistic.

    And also this:
    "The one who had loved them"

    That is not even a sentence.

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    Re: "Cherish my thoughts"

    Thank you :)
    The second one, "the one who had loved them" - Is this grammatically correct?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 18-Dec-2015 at 09:16. Reason: Deleting quote.

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    Re: "Cherish my thoughts"

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    Hi, is this sentence correct?
    [COLOR=#000000]"I cherish my thoughts for you"
    As for this, I'm trying to express that I'm thinking of someone and I cherish that feeling/moment...

    So, should I write
    1) I cherish my thoughts for you
    Or
    2) I cherish my thoughts of you?

    Thank you.

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    Re: "Cherish my thoughts"

    I wouldn't use "cherish my thoughts" at all.

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    #6

    Re: "Cherish my thoughts"

    Perhaps:

    I love the way it feels when I'm thinking about you.

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