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Some small questions

August 2018

1. I have a white blouse. It isn't fancy, but it looks nice with the skirt.

Q: Can I say: but it looks nice "for" the skirt with the same meaning? Which means replace "with" with "for"? Or people just commonly use "it looks nice WITH something."

2. A: I'll bring a sweater. I have one that matches my skirt perfectly.

B: You mean...a plaid sweater?

A: No, a blue sweater, the same blue that's in the skirt.

Q: In the last sentence, can I just omit "that's"? So the sentence would be "the same blue in the skirt". Does it grammatically correct? Or it sounds strange?

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