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    #1

    sweat

    A child comes home after playing out in the sun the whole day. He's perspiring heavily and his t-shirt is wet with sweat.

    Which of the following is more natural?

    Go and change.
    Go and change your clothes.
    Go and change your t-shirt.

    You're already wet.
    You're wet.
    Your t-shirt is wet.
    Your t-shirt is wet with sweat.
    You're sweaty.
    You're sweating.
    You're soaked.
    You're soaked with sweat.
    Last edited by curiousmarcus; 14-Apr-2016 at 01:42. Reason: added choices

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    #2

    Re: sweat

    Go and change.
    Go and change your clothes.
    Go and change your t-shirt.
    It depends what you want them to change. The first two involve changing more than just the t-shirt.

    For the second batch, I would use something like Your t-shirt is soaking/Your t-shirt is soaked with sweat.

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