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    #1

    improve (in)

    I've read in a couple of grammar books that improve cannot be followed by 'in'.

    It's wrong to say, "I want to improve in my English".

    It's correct to say, "I want to improve my English."

    Are the books wrong?
    Last edited by kohyoongliat; 18-Feb-2007 at 05:41. Reason: Cannot 'bold' the words. Can sth be done to rectify this problem?

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    Re: improve (in)

    no, the books are right.

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