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    Default resolution / resoluted

    Could somebody please tell me, if the following sentence is correct?

    I have resoluted to end with my vices.

    Or do I have to use resolution?


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    urborosa


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    Default Re: resolution / resoluted

    Quote Originally Posted by urborosa View Post
    Could somebody please tell me, if the following sentence is correct?

    I have resoluted to end with my vices.

    Or do I have to use resolution?


    Thank you for your help,
    urborosa

    Neither one is correct. Use "resolved" and delete "with".

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