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    Post Verb amit problem

    sorry, but please, sombody tell me clearly about using 'amit', i mean when we use admit+ toV, + toVing,+ Ving

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    Re: Verb amit problem

    Quote Originally Posted by misacao27 View Post
    sorry, but please, sombody tell me clearly about using 'amit', i mean when we use admit+ toV, + toVing,+ Ving
    This verb goes with a gerund or to+gerund not with to+verb, and they mean the same thing: to accept unwillingly that something is true.

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    Re: Verb amit problem

    It can used with a to-infinitive. Look at the examples here, and come back if you have any questions:

    admit verb (ACCEPT) - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online

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