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    #1

    you've poisoned me againt her

    Hi,

    Does this sentence make sense in English, please?

    'A' likes to tell 'B' bad things about 'C'.

    'B' considers 'C' a good person but he's getting influenced by what 'A' says.

    'B' is starting to see 'C' differently because of 'A'.

    Can 'B' say:

    "Please, stop talking about 'C'. You're poisoning me against her." ?

    If no, is there a verb that could be used instead of "poison"?

    Thanks.

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    Re: you've poisoned me againt her

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    Hi,

    Does this sentence make sense in English, please?

    'A' likes to tell 'B' bad things about 'C'.

    'B' considers 'C' a good person but he's getting influenced by what 'A' says.

    'B' is starting to see 'C' differently because of 'A'.

    Can 'B' say:

    "Please, stop talking about 'C'. You're poisoning me against her." ?

    If no, is there a verb that could be used instead of "poison"?

    Thanks.
    It's fine.

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