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    ... a bit of an ironic person?

    She's a bit workaholic.

    He is a bit of an ironic person.

    She's a bit of a lazy girl.

    Are these sentences correct?


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    Exclamation Re: ... a bit of an ironic person?

    All seem to be correct to me. However, please wait for comments from experts since I am not a professional teacher.

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