PoTros

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accepted give a lift to or without “to”?
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comment give a lift to or without “to”?
Oh right, this is just a typo, of course from the context is clear am I asking about the "to" as the dictionary states "give sb a lift" (speaking about the ride)
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comment give a lift to or without “to”?
@Andrew Leach What? I am asking whether the following are equivavlent and correct: "give sb a lift" and "give a lift to sb"..
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comment Meaning of “put on” in “the accuser can be put on the defensive”
(i) Hm but that does not make a sense. The accuser is the one who blames the liar, but the liar defends himself.
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asked Meaning of “put on” in “the accuser can be put on the defensive”
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