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    pity

    Is it correct to say "Have pity on me!"


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    #2

    Re: pity

    Perfectly, but not an expression you will commonly find.

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    #3

    Re: pity

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Perfectly, but not an expression you will commonly find.

    what is the best way to say?

    "i pity you"...?

    "i take pity on you"...?

    any other?

    thanks

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    #4

    Re: pity

    I feel sorry for you or I feel bad for you is more commonly heard where I live.

    [not a teacher]

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