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  1. Key Member
    English Teacher
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    he is / isn't true to his word


    I learned a new expression: someone is true to their word.

    Have I used it correctly and naturally in these sentence?

    1. He is a man who is always true to his word.
    2. You can never trust him. He is almost never true to his word.
    3. I think people who are true to their word are more successful in business that those who aren't.
    4. If you want people to trust you, always be true to your word.

  2. Tarheel's Avatar
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    Interested in Language
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    Re: he is / isn't true to his word

    Yep. You can depend on somebody who's true to his word.
    Not a professional teacher

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