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    #1

    give look

    "I gave the teacher a blank look"
    "I gave a blank look at the teacher"
    "I gave a blank look to the teacher"


    Is sentence 2 or 3 the correct corresponding version of sentence 1? Should it be at or to?

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    #2

    Re: give look

    "I gave the teacher a blank look"
    "I gave a blank look at the teacher"
    "I gave a blank look to the teacher"



    "I gave a blank look to the teacher" is the more correct version.

    not a teacher

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    Re: give look

    Thread closed. Clone of banned user

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