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    Interpretation

    1)Although there are positive aspects to being educated at home....
    The sentence lacks the main clause. If I don't want to cite that clause here, am I right to use "..." at the and of the auxiliary(?) clause? Is Aspect always followed by to?
    2)What is the phrase: make an observation about is?
    3) I'm looking for a phrase that expresses the audacity of the owner of the house (landlord, isn't it?) towards the guest when he says:" You should walk out here by yourself, I won't show you the way out of the house". Am I right to use " I won't see you out " here? IS there any other way which says:" You should walk out here by yourself"?

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    Re: Interpretation

    1) Although there are positive aspects to being educated at home....
    The sentence lacks the main clause. If I don't want to cite that clause here, am I right to use "..." at the and of the auxiliary (subordinate) clause? Is Aspect always followed by to? No. E.g. The different aspects of a scheme; the southern aspect of a building.

    2) What is the phrase: make an observation about is? More contexts?

    3) I'm looking for a phrase that expresses the audacity of the owner of the house (landlord, isn't it? No necessarily. He could be the property manager.) towards the guest when he says:" You should walk out here by yourself, I won't show you the way out of the house". Am I right to use "I won't see you out" here? IS there any other way which says:" You should walk out here by yourself"? E.g. Please leave; Get out of my house; Youíre trespassing; I want you out of this place; Get out of here. Walk the hell out of here. Get out of my face.


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    Re: Interpretation

    Thanks
    so when to use aspect with to?

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    Re: Interpretation

    Iím sorry Iím not able to come up with an example that has Ďtoí as the following preposition of Ďaspectí. Iíll do some digging and let you know later.


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    Re: Interpretation

    "There is an interesting aspect to the argument about the proposed new law".

    "The discussion about the new library has some interesting aspects to the integration of new and old architecture".


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    Re: Interpretation

    Hi,
    So when to use aspect with of or to?

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