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    anti-age

    - Dear friends!

    - Exercise will help her anti-age and make her enjoy her life more.

    - Is this sentence grammatical?

    Thanks!

    Namsteven


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    Re: anti-age

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    - Dear friends!

    - Exercise will help her anti-age and make her enjoy her life more.

    - Is this sentence grammatical?

    Thanks!

    Namsteven
    Anti-age is a marketing term for making you look younger. An ant-aging cream is one that reduces wrinkles, tones and softens the skin giving you a more youthful look.

    I suppose since it is a made-up word it could be used as a verb

    Exercise will help her (to) anti-age and make her enjoy her life more.

    The "to" is implied. The sentence is grammatically correct but not a very good one. I think this one is better.

    Exercise will help her look younger and enjoy her life more.

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