"it's better to me for not knowing" or "it's better to me to not know"

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longki

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Indonesia
"it's better to me for not knowing" or "it's better to me to not know" <-----Question added to post by moderator (Florentia52)----->

Hello, I get mad at my friend who keeps a news about my friends for 3 years. And I don't want to hear the news again because I'm mad at her. Is it grammatically correct ?

"If you hold the news for years, it's better to me for not knowing"

Thanks in Advance.
 
  • JamesM

    Senior Member
    I wouldn't use "keep onto" here, but "hold onto". Just a slight variation on Caspar's suggestion: "If you hold onto the news for years, it's better for me not to know."
     

    PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    "If you hold onto the news for years, it's better to me for not to know."

    PS
    I got mad at my friend who kept hold of a piece of news about my friends for 3 years.

     
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