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Zewei Liu/ 刘则玮
Can I say it in this way? 1.She is quaking in thrill. 2.Each cloud provider is free to design its offering as it sees fit. Is the first sentence right? And what does "it" in "as it sees fit" in the second sentence refer to?
Sep 21, 2017 6:48 AM
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I agree with David that we would say 'quaking in (or with) fear' or 'shaking with excitement'. I'm not sure which feeling you are trying to show. The 'it' in your second question refers to the cloud provider.
September 21, 2017
I'm not sure about the context of your sentence, but you quaking in thrill. You could saying "quaking with fear", but not will thrill. Perhaps "shaking with excitement" would be a more fitting alternative? I don't know what a cloud provider is, but I think a sentence like "Every cloud provider is allowed (or permitted) to design their offering as they see fit."
September 21, 2017
Zewei Liu/ 刘则玮
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese
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