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    His attitude taught me

    "His attitude taught me to become a nice person".

    "His attitude taught me became a nicer person". I heard this one watching white slave movie, but got confused. Please help.

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    Re: His attitude taught me

    The first is correct, the second doesn't work. Just because something is used in a movie, it doesn't mean that it is correct- they reproduce language people use, including dialects and mistakes, rather than perfect examples of grammar.

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