"You have a good body"


Do you think "You are in good shape" also mean the same as "You have a good body"? Or does "You have a good body" sound vulgar? And then, when can I use the expression "You have a good body"?


I just want to be careful in using such expressions. And I have one more question.


1) 'You have a nice shape'

2) 'You have nice shape'


Do we need "a" or is it optional? I think the second is more common. And one of the two expressions means the same as "You have a good body?


What do you experts think? Thank you so much as usual and take good care.

edited Mar 23 '13 at 07:37 Hans Contributor

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