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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    #1

    Smile let you feel comfortable

    My student wrote:
    The Jamica cafe is realy a good place to go, it is a place that let you feel very comfortable. So I suggest everyone to go there to have a cup of coffee and a dessert.

    My version:
    Jamaica Cafe Shop is really a good place to go to; you'll feel very confortable there. So I dare recommend everyone to go there to have a cup of coffee and some snacks.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, especially the dessert and snacks. Do you have a dessert in a coffee shop.

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    #2

    Re: let you feel comfortable

    [quote=angliholic;171987


    Jamaica Cafe Shop is really a good place to go to; you'll feel very confortable there. So I dare recommend everyone to go there to have a cup of coffee and some snacks.

    It's ok. And what do you mean saying "snacks"?

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    Re: let you feel comfortable

    I like your version. Is Shop part of the name? I have the same question about The. To go to isn't necessary. As for the last line, what about?

    Ex: I recommend that you go. Have a cup of coffee and (some) dessert.

    Starbucks has desserts.

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    #4

    Re: let you feel comfortable

    Thanks, Harry and Casiopea.
    Shop is my typo; it's not part of it.

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