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    Trust On = Trust About ?

    Dear Teachers,

    A.- You have to trust me on this one.
    - You have to trust me about this.
    - Which sentence is more common?

    B. Maybe this is just a phase you might be going through, but whatever happens. Don’t beat yourself up over it.
    - “Don’t beat yourself up over it” means “Don’t blame yourself over it”, right?

    Thanks a million

    Namsteven

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    Re: Trust On = Trust About ?

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    A.- You have to trust me on this one.
    - You have to trust me about this.
    - Which sentence is more common?
    My choice is, trust me on this one

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven
    B. Maybe this is just a phase you might be going through, but whatever happens. Don’t beat yourself up over it.
    - “Don’t beat yourself up over it” means “Don’t blame yourself over it”
    Right.

    All the best.

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