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Can I say,

(a) His clothes is wet because he goes back home in rain.

(b) His shirt is wet when it is raining.

(c) His shirt was wet because it was raining.

(d) He is wet from / in the rain.

(e) He got wet (in his shirt) in the rain.
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(a) His clothes are wet because he went back home in the rain.

(b) His shirt is wet because it is raining.

(c) His shirt was wet because it was raining.

(d) He is wet from the rain.

(e) He got wet / His shirt got wet in the rain.
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Thanks.

Can I say,

(a) He is getting wet in the rain.

(b) His shirt is getting wet in the rain.

(c) He felt wet / felt his shirt was wet in / from the rain.

(d) He had got wet from / in the rain.
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OK except:

(c) He felt wet / felt his shirt was wet from the rain.
Thanks. Can I say,

(i) The boy is wet because of the rain.

(ii) The boy got wet during the heavy rain.

(iii) His body is wet during the rain.

(iv) He is wet during the rain.
Are there correct?

(i) The boy is wet because of the rain.

(ii) The boy got wet during the heavy rain.

(iii) His body is wet during the rain.

(iv) He is wet during the rain.
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Vincent TeoAre there correct?

(i) The boy is wet because of the rain.

(ii) The boy got wet during the heavy rain.

(iii) His body is wet during the rain.

(iv) He is wet during the rain.

iii is very odd because we would be unlikely to say "His body is wet" regardless of when or where. We would just say "He is wet."

iii and iv are both unnatural because we are not likely to say "during the rain." Go back to your original: He is wet because it is rained or He is wet because it is raining.