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  1. Newbie
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    Question [a relative] I kick him hating / I kick him hated (by me)

    Q. I have two sentence confused below.
    Are these right?

    S1. I kick him whom i hate.
    = I kick him hating.

    S2. I kick him who is hated by me
    = I kick him hated (by me).
    Last edited by hewon; 26-May-2014 at 13:40.

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    Re: [a relative] I kick him hating / I kick him hated (by me)

    None of them work.

    I kicked the person I hate.

    I hate him, so I kicked him.

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