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Q: LNS is an abbreviation for late night snack.
Could I use this below sentence?
I couldn’t resist the temptation of eating lns?
A: Yes, using it like that makes sense, but I would put "an" in front of lns so it becomes:
"I couldn't resist the temptation of eating an lns."
Also, it might sound a little bit better if you replaced "eating" with "having" instead.
"I couldn't resist the temptation of having an lns."
It's a very very minor difference, and it's okay if you use "eating" as well, both make sense. Using "having" is just an alternative that I think sounds a little better.

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