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Grammar Hi, there Should you say (a teacher talking to his class): “I’d like to make you a proposition to read more about this”, “I’d like to make a proposition TO you to read more about this” or “I’d like to make a proposition FOR you to read more about this”? Thank you
Sep 4, 2019 3:14 PM
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All work. All rather cumbersome. I’d like to make you a proposition to read more about this” - sounds sort of formal, but complicated I'd like to propose that you ... (You'd like to. OK, so what is stopping you?) I propose that you ... (Who is the boss?) You are to .... (You are the boss) Choose the one that best suits you and your relationship to them.
September 4, 2019
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September 4, 2019
Hernandez
Language Skills
English, French, Spanish
Learning Language
English