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Leexus Leexus 31-35, M 7 Answers Jan 22, 2013 in Education

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Pleasant is what you are, pleasing is what you do

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I'd tend to use "pleasant" to describe something happening naturally - "a pleasant sunny day" or "a pleasant cheerful disposition", whereas "pleasing" is more the result of an action or something someone's done - for instance "a pleasing school report"

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The pleasant breeze was pleasing to me. <br />
Pleasant is what it is. Pleasing is the results.

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pleasant is what you feel for a moment but pleasing is what you feel forever

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