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bread

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Put somebody to risk
Put somebody at risk

Which one is correct?
I think "put somebody at risk" is correct because I see this phrase all the time. :cry: But the model answer of my textbook says it's wrong.

Could anyone please help me out?

Thank you in advance!!
 

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bread said:
Put somebody to risk
Put somebody at risk

Which one is correct?
I think "put somebody at risk" is correct because I see this phrase all the time. :cry: But the model answer of my textbook says it's wrong.

Could anyone please help me out?

Thank you in advance!!

I agree with you. I've never heard the other version. :wink:
 

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I agree too.;-)
 

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Does that mean they'd wear lots of tom? ;-)
 

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Would you adam'n'eve it? You could end up in the ol' mortar and brick doin' bird if you are a tea leaf. ;-0
 
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