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    preparing herself

    Is "preparing oneself for" different from "preparing for something"? I think "oneself" might be redundant, the latter enough.

    31)She sat up all night preparing herself for the interview.

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    Re: preparing herself

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Is "preparing oneself for" different from "preparing for something"? I think "oneself" might be redundant, the latter enough.

    31)She sat up all night preparing herself for the interview.
    I many/most cases, you are correct.

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