Is it ok? 'I refused her to copy my answers.' I mean she wanted to copy, but I said no Thanks
Feb 21, 2017 8:14 AM
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"I refused to let her copy my answers" seems to be a natural way of saying this. Or - perhaps more natural still - "I wouldn't let her copy my answers."
February 21, 2017
Hi Helen, You're close. We usually say: "I refused to allow her to copy my answers" or "I did not (didn't) allow her to copy my answers." You could also say: "I did not give her permission to copy my answers," although this sentence leaves greater doubt about whether or not she still managed to do it. I hope my answer helps. Please ask me if you still have any questions =)
February 21, 2017
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