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looker

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if i want to emphasise that I arranged WITH sb for sb to do sth- is then the word order correct??can this sentence be correct?
 

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"Arranged with somebody for somebody to do something" is fine. You could also say made arrangements with.
 

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It is fine. A bit heavy on the 'somebodies'. ;-)
 
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