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    in or in the mood?

    Is it ok to say " You look like you are in for spring/summer" because of the way there are dressed? How about " You look like you are in the mood for summer season"?

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    Re: in or in the mood?

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    Is it ok to say " You look like you are in for spring/summer" because of the way there are dressed? How about " You look like you are in the mood for summer season"?
    To me, it sounds okay.
    (Not a teacher)


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    Re: in or in the mood?

    You might say:
    You look like you're ready for summer.

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