quarrel

mimi2

Senior Member
vietnam vietnamese
I'm feeling that this sentence is strange in meaning because I think no one encourages others to quarrel. Is this sentence right?
"Make up the quarrel with him, please, for my sake, if not for your own."
Thanks.
 
  • Shauneyzboyz

    Senior Member
    English
    In this case, you can simply say:

    "Make up with him, please, for my sake, if not your own."

    Whenever we "make up with [a person]," it is assumed that a fight/quarrel/squabble has occurred.
     
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