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SMickey
 
Reply 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.
Thank you.
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Reply Tue 7 Aug, 2018 09:28 pm
..., which is how I resemble my father.
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bunnyhabit
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Reply Tue 7 Aug, 2018 09:57 pm
i am lazy like my dad. is correct and to point without flowery extra words that contribute nothing to the subject.
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izzythepush
 
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Reply Wed 8 Aug, 2018 01:19 am
@SMickey,
The phrase 'take after' is used to describe inherited family traits.

I am quite lazy, I take after my father.
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