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Brieuc L
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2 years ago

I’m really glad I read this article because I didn’t know the difference between “approve” and “approve of”.

I’m going to be able to use them without doubting what I’m saying.

So now a few sentences with “approve” and “approve of”:

I don’t approve of people going out to stretch their legs while we’re in confinement.

I don’t approve of people using my computer behind my back.

I wore purple clothes; my mother did not approve.

Last edited 2 years ago by P H
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