Put her at ease?

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sambistapt

Senior Member
Brazilian Portuguese
Hello amigos!

He puts her at ease when they are working together on the set.

Could I replace this expression for " make her feel at home or comfortable"?

Thanks,

Sam:cool:
 
  • walshesco

    Member
    English
    Hi Sam
    First the verb needs to be in the third person singular, so, "he makes her feel at home/comfortable..." would be correct.
    Secondly, in this context "comfortable" is better that "at home", since "at home" although not wrong, would be more applicable to the context of hospitality eg " She invited me to her appartment & made me feel at home", whereas "comfortable" does not necessarily have this connotation and is therefore a more suitable word in a professional context eg a film set.

    Hope this helps
    Walshesco
     
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