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    elaborate on

    Would you like to elaborate on the unique viewpoint you have?


    Should or shouldn't we have an on in this context?

    When, in what cases, should we use elaborate with on?

    Thanks.


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    Re: elaborate on

    Hi,
    I think on is OK here. It means tell more about it.

    Regards

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    Re: elaborate on

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble View Post
    Hi,
    I think on is OK here. It means tell more about it.
    Regards


    [In case anyone doesn't know, the vowel sound in the last syllable of the verb is /eı/, whereas the adjective has /ə/ .]

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