Pelin
Can I use these interchangeably? It isn't your nature to be so. You don't have it in your nature to be so.
Oct 3, 2019 5:15 PM
Answers · 3
I agree they are both fine. A more informal option would be to say "It isn't in your nature to be that way." You could also change that part of the second one.
October 3, 2019
I don't think there is a problem with changing them, but you will rarely ever come across this phrase in speaking or writing. Usually we say something like: "It's not in my nature to do so" or "It's not in my nature". I have never heard this before: "You don't have it in your nature to be so." But I don't think it's incorrect to say but extremely rare to come across. I usually come across: "You don't have what it takes to be so" and "You don't have it in you to be so".
October 3, 2019
They're both grammatically correct, but the first sounds more natural.
October 3, 2019
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