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  • maxiogee

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    English
    erxusqui said:
    "I'm so sorry to have doubted about you."
    Is it well written?
    Probably not. We would need the context in which the sentence is to be used. But, I think most English speakers would say "I am so sorry to have doubted you".
     

    Bil

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    English USA
    'I'm sorry to have doubted you.' You don't need the preposition "about."

    In a different, somewhat less personal context, you could have doubts (the noun versus the verb) 'about' someone.
     
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