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  1. Newbie
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    The true bothers you/The true disturbs you

    How is the correct way to say to someone something that he doesn't like.
    I wrote somewhere ,,The true disturbs you" and someone told me that this is not correct. Why is it incorrect? Should I have used ,,The true bothers you"?

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    Re: The true bothers you/The true disturbs you

    Welcome to the forum, Qafsiel. .

    You need the noun, 'truth'. The truth disturbs you.

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