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Correct usage of the verb spoil? Hello guys, My teacher told me that there are two usages for the verb spoil: 1. To spoil someone 2. To spoil something Are these examples correct? 1. I spoiled her by buying a new car. 2. The weather spoiled the party.
Nov 21, 2017 9:29 AM
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Yes, but better to say I spoiled her by buying her a new car, although saying "her" twice is slightly clumsy, so maybe you could say Ï spoiled her by making her a present of a new car".
November 21, 2017
Yes, your teacher is correct
November 21, 2017
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