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Tostyleun

Senior Member
Kannada - India
Would these correct?

"I insisted againt him buying a new house. "

Can I also say "I insisted otherwise. "

Thank you.
 
  • Keith Bradford

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    English (Midlands UK)
    The normal constructions are "to insist on + NOUN" and "to insist that + VERBAL CLAUSE". To insist against doesn't exist. "I insisted otherwise" is acceptable: I suppose it's a shortened version of "I insisted that things were otherwise".
     
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