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    finally make it happen

    Dear teachers,
    Could you explain to me the difference between 'happen to' and 'happen with'?

    Which should I use in the following phrase:
    But what happened with the previous tenants? They were shot dead.

    Thank you in advance for your kind help.

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    Re: finally make it happen

    Quote Originally Posted by cat's_eyes View Post
    Dear teachers,
    Could you explain to me the difference between 'happen to' and 'happen with'?

    Which should I use in the following phrase:
    But what happened with the previous tenants? They were shot dead.

    Thank you in advance for your kind help.
    Use "what happened to".


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    Re: finally make it happen

    Thank you:)

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