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Lie.K.
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usual color

Post by Lie.K. » Tue Oct 12, 2004 6:16 am

Hello :)

I'd like to know how to express this.
When someone is said " What's wrong with you? You look pale. " , this following answer make sense?

Answer:
Nothing special. It's my usual color.

Would you give me some better expression?
Thank you.

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Post by Alan » Tue Oct 12, 2004 1:44 pm

Rather than 'nothing special' as an answer to What's wrong with you?, 'nothing in particular' would be a more appropriate answer.

'Nothing special' would more naturally be said as answer to e.g.What are you doing tonight?

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