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    verbs with "problem"

    Could please help solve/sort out/clear up/straighten out this problem I've come across?

    Are these all four verbs possible?

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    Re: verbs with "problem"

    Quote Originally Posted by dilodi83 View Post
    Could please help solve/sort out/clear up/straighten out this problem I've come across?

    Are these all four verbs possible?
    They're OK for me.

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