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    on preposition

    do we use "to" with done


    1. I'm sorry for all the things that I've done to you....

    is there any instance that we can use 'to' with done?


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    Re: on preposition

    Hello Chum

    Yes, you can use "to" after "done", as in your example; but you can't use "to" before "done".

    MrP

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    Re: on preposition

    tnx! ^_^

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