why not polka dot suit?
Très chic !
I am old-fashioned. I wonder what kind of work Paul does. Most likely in entertainment, I assume. Otherwise I cannot imagine a man in office with a suit full of polka-dots.
"Paul came to work in a spotted suit", "Paul came to work in a suit with dots", "Paul came to work in a suit with spots" and even "Paul came to work in a suit with polka dots" were not accepted - reported
He should borrow some of Sarah's clown makeup.
Eh bien, nous avons tous nos problèmes!
polka dot suit not polka dotted suit. 'dotted is too difficult to get off the tongue if it isnt necessary.
You're right, if Brian Hyland may be taken as indicative of correct usage.
That's the way I would say it!
paul came to work with a polka dots suit , could be correct ?
No, in English the adjective comes before the noun. "polka dot suit" is what you are looking for.
no, it's the use of " with " or " in " in this sentence ?
I wrote that without - dont be so strict Duo
D'accord, DaveGarrar. Merci!
'Polkadot' was not accepted here when it has been in other answers..