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Dear Teachers,

1. He often likes to make himself conspicuous in public and with his friends.

- Is this natural to say?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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StevenukdDear Teachers,

1. He often likes to make himself conspicuous in public and with his friends.

- Is this natural to say?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
Hi,

The sentence is confusing.

I think you mean that "He often likes to show off to his friends in public"- Right? Or do you mean that "He often likes to show off in public (only) when his friends are with him" ?

Happy New Year,
Hoa Thai
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Another (but different) interpretation:

"He often likes to show off to his friends OR in public"
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Marius HancuAnother (but different) interpretation:

"He often likes to show off to his friends OR in public"

Hi Marius,

Your 'He' seems to be sicker than my two 'He's! Emotion: smile

Maybe sicker is a wrong word, but I cannot find an appropriate one. Do you have one?

Best wishes,
Hoa Thai
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