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Is it correct?==>" I'm happy to see both of you face to face , smiling."
May 24, 2010 5:06 AM
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I read it as: "I'm happy to see both of you, face to face, smiling." That's listing three things that make you happy. Read the commas as meaning "and". If you want to condense it: "I'm happy to see you both face to face, smiling." So now that's 2 things. Can we go for one?? :D "I'm happy to see you both smiling face to face." 'Face to face' describes how they are smiling, so it's not a separate thing.
May 24, 2010
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