partiality

diogerepus

Senior Member
Korean
Are these two sentences correct?

In the first sentence, to make the sentence correct don't I need 'for something' after 'partiality'?
And in the second sentence, can I change it to 'get me to marry off'?

She knows what she wants, so she states her partiality cleraly.


Jane is trying to get me married off to her cousin.
 
  • Bil

    Banned
    English USA
    Hi

    'She knows what she wants, so she states her partiality clearly.' I think this sentence is fine and suspect that supporting information in the paragraph explains what she is partial to. Consequently, a prepositional phrase is not necessary.
     
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