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    use of preposition with 'introduce'

    Which of the following is better in BrE:

    introduce you the basic ways how to use...
    or
    introduce to you the basic ways how to use...

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by marenparn; 01-Jun-2010 at 10:04.

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    Re: use of preposition with 'introduce'

    introduce the basics to you

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    #3

    Re: use of preposition with 'introduce'

    Quote Originally Posted by corum View Post
    introduce the basics to you
    Well this changes the sentence.
    You wouldn't say, eg 'introduce the basics of how to use a knife to you' or would you?

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