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    • Join Date: Sep 2006
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    #1

    to/of?

    Hi,

    Which one of the following is correct?

    P.S. If both are correct, what different connotations might they have?

    1. You are surely the moon of your mother.

    2. You are surely a moon to your mother.


    Thanks

    Regards, Asad


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: to/of?

    It's not a phrase I would expect to hear in English! Does it mean that your are the apple of your mother's eye?

    We use "the sun and the stars" in this sense.

    However, I think your second sentence is more grammatically and semantically acceptable.

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