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    Complain and Complain About

    Good afternoon.

    Which sentence is correct:

    I don't complain living here.

    or

    I don't complain about living here.

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    Re: Complain and Complain About

    I'd use the second. We can also say 'I can't complain about living here', meaning that there's nothing to complain about- it's fine.

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