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    The kitchen has been decorated

    Hi,

    Is "The kitchen has been decorated with lights and furniture" correct?

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    Re: The kitchen has been decorated

    It's grammatical, but I'm not sure what it's supposed to mean.

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    Re: The kitchen has been decorated

    It sounds like the lights and furniture are not part of the kitchen, but just there to make it look better.

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