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    #1

    Question Something?

    "The author of the review is prejudiced to the topic of the book or to me or to you. I just know that for sure he is prejudiced to something, though I have no idea to what." [Me and you are the authors of the book.]

    In this sentence, I am not sure about the something and to what. Are they fine? Is there anything more that I should not be sure of?

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    Nyggus

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    #2

    Re: Something?

    It doesn't work for me- is he prejudiced against or biased towards? I would use one of these to make it clearer, and say either...or.

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    #3

    Re: Something?

    Then:

    "The author of the review is prejudiced against either the topic of the book or to me or to you. I just know that for sure he is prejudiced against something, though I have no idea to what."

    Is it fine now?
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    #4

    Re: Something?

    "The author of the review is prejudiced against either the topic of the book or against me or you. I just know that for sure he is prejudiced against something, though I have no idea what."

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    #5

    Re: Something?

    Thanks. There were some stupid mistakes of mine, for sure !

    Best,
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    #6

    Re: Something?

    You should hear my Polish.


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