Tue 7 Aug, 2018 07:18 pm
A friend of mine wrote,
- I am quite lazy, which is the point that I resemble my father.
Does it even make sense?
How do you like the part 'which is the point that'?
I would have simply said,
- I am quite lazy. So is my father.
I think I resemble my father.
I chanced to hear a phrase 'which is where',
and the sentence above could be rewritten,
'I am quite lazy, which is where I resemble my father'.
Is this sentence good enough to use?
If so, I'll learn that by heart. Seems very useful.
I'd be so happy to see any comments.
..., which is how I resemble my father.
i am lazy like my dad. is correct and to point without flowery extra words that contribute nothing to the subject.
The phrase 'take after' is used to describe inherited family traits.
I am quite lazy, I take after my father.