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    rob

    Does this conversion work?

    He robbed her of her watch.→Her watch was robbed her of (by him).

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    Re: rob

    Quote Originally Posted by Taka View Post
    Does this conversion work?

    He robbed her of her watch.→Her watch was robbed her of (by him).
    No. Try Beginning your conversion with 'She ...'

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