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    #1

    reproach

    You have nothing to reproach yourself for.

    I have rewritten the sentence above this way:

    There is no reason to reproach yourself for.

    Is it correct?

    Thanks.

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    Re: reproach

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    You have nothing to reproach yourself for.

    I have rewritten the sentence above this way:

    There is no reason to reproach yourself for.

    Is it correct?

    Thanks.
    In your rewritten version, you don't need "for" at the end.

    There is/You have no reason to reproach yourself.

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