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    Is 'on' necessary?

    hiiiii,

    1. Is On necessary in this sentence?

    she cheated on me. can I say She cheated me.

    2. Is there any difference between anyway and anyways.

    for ex: anyway that is over
    anyways that is over.

    which one is more apt?

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    Re: Is 'on' necessary?

    Quote Originally Posted by muktha View Post
    hiiiii,

    1. Is On necessary in this sentence?

    she cheated on me. can I say She cheated me.

    2. Is there any difference between anyway and anyways.

    for ex: anyway that is over
    anyways that is over.

    which one is more apt?
    She cheated on me .She is unfaithful to her husband.She has an illicit affair .
    cheat-dishonest way in order to get what you want.
    Anyway or anyways both are same.
    Regards,
    rj1948.

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    Re: Is 'on' necessary?

    thank u rj.
    Is it wrong if I say she cheated me.

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    Re: Is 'on' necessary?

    Quote Originally Posted by muktha View Post
    thank u rj.
    Is it wrong if I say she cheated me.
    It means -She used an impropper way to get what you had .
    You know people are being cheated of their money by touts who masquerade as manpower agents.
    Do not use contractions. write words in full.
    Regards,
    rj1948

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