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    #1

    promise

    'She promised him to stop smoking.'
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    #2

    Re: promise

    "She promised to stop smoking to him."

    or

    "She promised him she would stop smoking"

    are better.


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #3

    Re: promise

    Quote Originally Posted by jamiep View Post
    "She promised to stop smoking to him."

    or

    "She promised him she would stop smoking"

    are better.
    I am not at all sure about your first sentence.

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