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I have a question, which for some of you may be really obvious, but I decided to ask, is the phrase 'Charms of life' 100% English correct? The context is - describing the good things that happens to us and something we like in life.

  • Is this a phrase you created yourself? Why do you think it might be incorrect? See Details, please! – P. E. Dant Sep 25 '16 at 21:25
  • Thank you for pointing out my mistake, I will keep that in mind. – Piotr B. Sep 27 '16 at 19:53
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Charms of life is fine, and although it is more usual to see it in the singular form as an uncountable noun (that's the charm of life), the word charm can be countable. It sits alongside the more usual pleasures of life, joys of life and beauty of life very well.

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