Insist on/in

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axel9641

Senior Member
Spanish
Are both of the two options possible? if not, which is correct?
Give me examples (senteces) if possible.
Thanks in advance:thumbsup:
 
  • heidi78

    Member
    English England
    Hi, I would always use insist on

    eg. He insisted on paying
    eg. I always insist on the best

    I don't think that insist in is correct, not in British English anyway.

    Hope that helps.
     

    axel9641

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    But would it be possible to use either
    They insist in me going with them to the library.
    or They insist on me going with them to the library in American English?
     

    galesa

    Senior Member
    english wales
    Sorry, I think I was wrong, exist in, is only possible in the example I gave, to use" in" you have to use "persist in"
    So sorry but it has to be insist on

    Saludos
     
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