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    insist

    Hi,
    I wonder if it's correct to say

    "Alina insisted us to go to her house later this evening."
    "Mag insisted that we fawn over her sister so that we could borrow the car."
    "Ashley insisted that I shouldn't incur the debt all by myself.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: insist

    "Alina is insisting that we go to her house later this evening."

    "Mag insisted that we fawn over her sister so that we could borrow her car."

    "Ashley insisted that I shouldn't incur the debt all by myself.

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