Daniel
Grammatic question-i just plead that experts answer my question Are these sentences true?if not why. 1)he wanted people 'to stop to go on treating' him like child. (to)+(to)+(ing) 2)he wanted people 'to stop going on treating' him like child. (to)+(ing)+(ing) 3)he wanted people 'to stop to go on to treat him' like child. (to)+(to)+(to) Thank you every one.
Nov 28, 2016 9:02 AM
Answers · 6
He wanted people to stop treating him like a child. I don't think you really need quotes for it.
November 28, 2016
I agree with Zack (thumbs up). stop treating him as a child = not go on treating him as a child
November 28, 2016
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