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    Transformation - Ian is sure he was right to turn down the job. (regrets) Ian...

    Ian is sure he was right to turn down the job. (regrets)
    Ian...
    Is is correct to say: 'Ian has no regrets about the job?'

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    Re: Transformation - Ian is sure he was right to turn down the job. (regrets) Ian...

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    Ian is sure he was right to turn down the job. (regrets)
    Ian...
    Is is correct to say: 'Ian has no regrets about the job?'
    It's correct grammatically, but it does not convey the same message as the original.

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