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"I give Salle a pocket watch" or "I gave Salle a pocket watch"

The issue lies in the tense used. "I give..." is present simple, while "I gave..." is past simple. If you want to describe Receiptify an action happening regularly or as a habit, ...
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How can you rephrase the following sentence to not end in "with"?

I might be using 'whom' where 'who' would be more appropriate, but I suggest the following rewording to avoid ending your sentence on a preposition: I turned down the university's acceptance in order ...
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