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    Question Share sth with sb


    Can I use the construction "share news with somebody" in the meaning "give somebode news"? We have such a expression in Polish and I really lack it in English.


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    Re: Share sth with sb

    Hi Nyggus,

    The short answer is 'yes'.

    'I shared the news with him', 'he shared the news with her' or to expand it:

    'I shared the news about (???) with him, 'he shared the news he just received with his wife'.

    Take care,


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