LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||08/NOV/2021 11:35 AM|
Hi there, Tiago.
The sentence "I am happiest when I am with my friends." could be used in a certain metaphorical way - to my thinking, of course - in such case it would convey emphasis.
And metaphorically, it would mean "I am the happiest guy/person" (compared with others moments in the day, for instance), but it could raise some eyebrows with grammar-oriented people.
So, colloquially, almost everything goes, then it can be accepted sometimes. I just had to point out that there are academic or more formal ways, or more usual ways.
Others may think different, so let´s wait them to share their views on the matter.
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