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    Is it correct to say 'she spoils herself to her mom.'?

    Is it correct to say 'she spoils herself to her mom.'?

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    Re: Is it correct to say 'she spoils herself to her mom.'?

    No. That means nothing to me.

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    Re: Is it correct to say 'she spoils herself to her mom.'?

    I want to say she behaves in such a way to get her mom'attention.

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    Re: Is it correct to say 'she spoils herself to her mom.'?

    Then you definitely don't need "She spoils herself". That means that she does nice things for herself - for example, she might treat herself to a haircut, or a new pair of shoes, or a big box of chocolates.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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