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    #1

    Tom remarked about Tim.

    "Tom remarked about Tim's style of playing or about Tim. You must have seen him do it."

    "Tom made remarks about Tim."

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: Tom remarked about Tim.

    not a teacher

    For me, the most natural forms are:
    Tom made remarks about Tim.
    Tom remarked on Tim's style of playing.

    Tom remarked about Tim's style of playing.
    … is also common.

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