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    Is it correct?

    I have seen fresh, bloomed, and beautiful flowers.


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    Re: Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ramanji View Post
    I have seen fresh, bloomed, and beautiful flowers.
    I saw beautiful, fresh blooming flowers.

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    Re: Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ramanji View Post
    I have seen fresh, bloomed, and beautiful flowers.
    How about;
    I saw beautiful, fresh, flowers in bloom.

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    Re: Is it correct?

    I saw fresh and beautiful flowers in full bloom.

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    Re: Is it correct?

    Isn't fresh redundant?

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    Re: Is it correct?

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    Isn't fresh redundant?
    Yes. It is .

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    Re: Is it correct?

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    Yes. It is .
    OK. So, how would you rephrase the sentence now?


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    I saw fresh and beautiful flowers.

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    Re: Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ramanji View Post
    I saw fresh and beautiful flowers.
    Ex: I saw freshly blooming beautiful flowers.
    Ex: I saw beautiful flowers freshly blooming.


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    Re: Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Isn't fresh redundant?
    If it is redundant, why not say:

    I saw beautifully blooming flowers.

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