acquire somebody something

seanhu

Senior Member
Chinese
Hello, teachers, I know it's common to say "somebody aquire something", but could I also say "...acquire somebody something" or "...acquire somebody with something"?

(Edited to eliminate unnecessary abbreviations. -- JustKate, English Only moderator)
 
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  • suzi br

    Senior Member
    English / England
    Hello, teachers, I know it's common to say "sb aquire sth", but could I also say "...acquire sb sth" or "...acquire sb with sth"?
    Hi

    It is not common to use sb and sth in this forum. You will need to write out in full what you mean and your sample sentences need to be complete sentences so that we can have a clue about what you are trying to sort out!
     

    seanhu

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    My hobby in reading and interest in languages had stimulated me to achieve a remarkable academic result of 66 in Japanese and also acquire me with dialogues in Korean and French.

    Sorry, this sentence is written by me, I think it reads smoothly, but I don't know could I use it in a personal statement
     
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