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    itching or itch?


    Did you sleep well? Did you fell any itch/itching?

    Hi there,
    How do you say when one feel an inconvenient sensation on the skin, often caused by allergic problems, causing them to constantly scratch it in order to feel more comfortable?
    Thanks

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    Re: itching or itch?

    A: Did you sleep well? Did you itch?

    I have never asked anybody that question (about itching). You try it and tell me how it worked. ("Did you sleep well" is common enough.)



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    Re: itching or itch?

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    A: Did you sleep well? Did you itch?

    I have never asked anybody that question (about itching). You try it and tell me how it worked. ("Did you sleep well" is common enough.)




    I'm having a serious problem here. For some unknown reason a person who's close to me itches all the time when she's at home.
    Thanks.

    p.s.: is the underlined text correct please? thanks.

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    Re: itching or itch?

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    I'm having a serious problem here. For some unknown reason a person who's close to me itches all the time when she's at home.
    Thanks.

    p.s.: is the underlined text correct please? thanks.
    In that case the question would make sense. (Yes, it's good.)


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