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namlan

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Vietnam
a. I will reserve some money for her for later use.
b. I will reserve her some money for later use.
- I think these are the same meaning, right?

Thanks a lot!

NamLan
 
  • liliput

    Senior Member
    U.K. English
    I much prefer sentence a, you want to reserve some money, not her.
    You could also say: "I'll reserve some money for her to use later."
     
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