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  1. One of the things I hate most is going into a room where the smell of smoke has clung to the walls and everywhere.

    It’s wonderful to look at my nephew who is clinging to his mother.

    1. Nice Dino! May I make a suggestion regarding the verb tense in the first one? How about:
      “…where the smell of smoke clings to the walls and everywhere.”
      In the second one you could actually eliminate “who is” and just go straight to the gerund. I think it would sound more natural.

      1. Thank you Tony, I’ll try again.
        If you need to cling to something, please check it’s not an anchor: sometimes, they go under.

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