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I am trying to desrbie y uncle work he is an artist.

So If I say:

I admire my uncle portrait ( a semi naked women holding a pottery)

is that correct?

See example:

I looked at all the artworks and canvas scattered around including my uncle's portrait of a semi-naked woman.
asked May 30 '11 at 20:54 NM New member

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You should say it in the past tense:

 

"I admired my uncle's portrait of the woman. . ."

link comment answered Jun 11 '11 at 21:42 Kimberly Expert

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