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Can I use in the same sentence the two words: to or for?
What verbs can I omit the preposition "to"?
Word for mother calling her son's godmother (relation between both)
The difference between "tasty" and "tastefull"
why not say it simply into: She gives him a gift.
for + noun or to + infinitive To talk about the p
with ditransitive verbs, u can always omit the pre
TO - direction, FOR - intention I
I have one question. It's more easy to think that
there are some general rules: - when you add extr
... and in what situation may I start with DEAR SI
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