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    Pity

    Hi guys,

    Is it a correct sentence "I gave money to him piting him" or do we need to say " I gave him money because of the pity I had for him.

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    Re: Pity

    "I gave him money because I pitied him" or "I gave him money out of pity" are possible.

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