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    give up

    What should I use after the verb "give up" or "gave up"? Should I use "of"?
    For example: "I gave up of studying that subject!"
    Is this sentence correct?

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    Re: give up

    Welcome, n.luchini.

    I gave up studying that subject!

    All the best.

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    Re: give up

    ... or a noun: 'I gave up chocolate'.

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