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    apologise someone or apologise to someone?

    Which is the correct form?
    apologise to someone for (not) doing something or
    apologise someone for (not) doing something?
    Thank you so much!

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    Re: apologise someone or apologise to someone?

    We apologise to somebody. We can also just apologise, for example:

    "I will apologise", "He already apologised." and so on.

    I am fairly sure this is true in both American and British English.

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    Re: apologise someone or apologise to someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Munch View Post
    We apologise to somebody. We can also just apologise, for example:

    "I will apologise", "He already apologised." and so on.

    I am fairly sure this is true in both American and British English.
    YES

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