Also the English is super awkward. "Your lips are black and blue" sounds more natural.
"The colours of your lips are blue and black (/black and blue)
An English those do not mean the same thing, the first blue and black would refer to the colors II black and blue would mean beaten
Yeah, you'd probably want to avoid saying "black and blue" to avoid misunderstanding, but it's still literally correct English
Also color should be singular. Unless British folks would pluralize it.
I'd definitely pluralise, yeah
This is an unfortunate sentence, as it suggests someone's face has been beaten :|
Or maybe he is freezing from the cold?
But I thought they were white and gold...
I thought kalian was plural form of you.. this sentence sounds like talking about only one person... Confusing...
Kalian is plural. It is a strange sentence though.
I wondered why duo says Kalian same as "apa yang kalian memciumnya" I suppose this c ould mean "do you all kiss her?"
Perfect for goth