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    #1

    You didn't watch over him.

    You didn't watch over him.

    I have ask my older brother to watch over younger brother. If the older brother not doing his job and goes other place.
    Can we say "You didn't watch over him"?

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    Re: You didn't watch over him.

    Yes.

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    Re: You didn't watch over him.

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonree123456 View Post
    I have asked my older brother to watch over my younger brother. If the older brother did not do his job and went somewhere else, can I say "You didn't watch over him"?
    Please note my corrections to your text.

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