shirk/shirk form Do these two sentences have the same meaning? (1) Although the situation is out of my depth, I won`t shirk my responsibilities. (2) Although the situation is out of my depth, I won`t shirk from my responsibilities. Thank you.
Sep 11, 2018 10:47 PM
Answers · 2
To me, yes, they are the same. I think that 'shirk from' is normally used with a verb, and in the second version, there is an implied verb something like 'doing'.
September 11, 2018
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