Nathan Ellenfield

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Dec
22
comment Which one is correct? “Explain me” or “Explain to me”?
In some dialects or speaker-groups, there is occasionally the usage: "Now, explain me this!" followed by a question. It is considered incorrect by practically any grammarian or English teacher, but it is still sometimes used by native speakers of English.
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answered Meaning of “to get stuffed”
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answered “feel like” vs “be like”
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Meaning of sentence with double negation
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