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Dear Teachers,

1. What's the difference between "brush my hair" and "comb my hair"?

2. He often take liberties with beautiful women.

- "take liberties with beautiful women" means "flirt with beautiful women", right?

3. He often has wrong attitudes with married women.

4. Come on, man! You'll be very sorry if you leave her. You'll never find such a good girl these days.

- Are 3 & 4 natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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StevenukdDear Teachers,

1. What's the difference between "brush my hair" and "comb my hair"?The obvious difference is whether one uses a brush or a comb. Brushing, however, is also an activity done by those with long hair to unsnarl any strands entwined.

2. He often take liberties with beautiful women.

- "take liberties with beautiful women" means "flirt with beautiful women", right? I would say it has a stronger (and more unpleasant) meaning than simply "flirt".

3. He often has wrong attitudes with married women. How about "behaves inappropriately"?

4. Come on, man! You'll be very sorry if you leave her. You'll never find such a good girl these days. Let's hope it's good advice!

- Are 3 & 4 natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
I hope my comments help.
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Steven:

1. What's the difference between "brush my hair" and "comb my hair"?
There isn't a huge difference here. It really depends on what utensil you used to bring your hair into order, a brush or a comb.

2. He often takes liberties with beautiful women.

- "take liberties with beautiful women" means "flirt with beautiful women", right?
Taking liberites implies something a bit stronger than simply flirting. When someone takes liberties, he has stepped over the line of good behavior. However, it is perfectly within the bounds of good behavior to flirt. Also, notice that there should be an "s" on "take" in the sentence above.

3. He often has wrong attitudes with married women.
This sentence should probably read, "He often has the wrong attitude with married women."

4. Come on, man! You'll be very sorry if you leave her. You'll never find such a good girl these days.
This looks fine to me.
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