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l3376876

Banned
Chinese, Taiwan
"Feeling himself insulted, he rushed out of the conference room." This sounds off to me; what about you? If it were you, how would you say it?
 
  • savannah

    Senior Member
    English, USA
    Probably better to say "Feeling he had been insulted, he rushed out of the conference room."
     

    l3376876

    Banned
    Chinese, Taiwan
    You're coming close, but not quite there yet with your usage of touché. ;) Generally you use it like this:

    A: I think 2+2=5.

    B: You are wrong. It is clearly 4.

    A: Touché!

    Keep trying!! You're welcome.
    Thanks for your corection. That's what I need to improve myself.
     
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