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    Accident

    Hi guys,

    Please check.

    1)"He met an accident".

    2)"He meets accident whenever he goes out"

    We don't say "Met with accident". Am I correct?

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    Re: Accident

    We do say 'He met with an accident'.

    'He meets with an accident whenever he goes out'.

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