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    Is the sentence " I am commited to You" grammatically correct?

    Hello all!

    I really need to know if the sentence "I am commited to You" is correct grammatically since I realized that 'commit' is a transitive verb.
    Or should I just change the sentence to "I commit my life to You".

    Please kindly assist.

    Thx

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    Re: Is the sentence " I am commited to You" grammarly correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by kumala View Post
    Hello all!

    I really need to know if the sentence "I am commited to You" is correct grammatically since I realized that 'commit' is a transitive verb.
    Or should I just change the sentence to "I commit my life to You".

    Please kindly assist.

    Thx
    "Commit" is also an intransitive verb.

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    Re: Is the sentence " I am commited to You" grammatically correct?

    Welcome to the forums, kumala

    Quote Originally Posted by kumala View Post

    I really need to know if the sentence "I am committed to you" is correct grammatically since I realized that 'commit' is a transitive verb.

    Or Should I just change the sentence to "I commit my life to you".

    Please kindly assist. Unnecessary.

    Thx Thanks. Texting abbreviations are not allowed. Just click 'Thank' when you get a useful answer.
    There is no reason to capitalise you in this context.
    Last edited by 5jj; 04-Mar-2014 at 10:25. Reason: typo

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