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mime/ do mimes Does it make sense ? He mimes films and the group find out which the title of the filrm is He does mimes and the others guess/ sort out which film it is Can we use " mime and do mimes " interchangeably? Thanks
Jan 1, 2016 3:25 PM
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You could use mimes in the first, but in both examples mimics would be the better word. He mimics films and the group guesses the title. He mimics a film and others guess what it is. Mime could be used as a noun and mimes can be used as a verb. Mimics is the act of copying or replicating an action or idea, so it would be a better verb. Like a Mime mimics. A Mime mimes. The first makes more sense.
January 1, 2016
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