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1. Is this sentence correct:


"The girl was asking him some questions, and he had A FIT on her."


Note: By this, I mean that he lost his temper.



2. By the way, is it correct to say:


"He lost his temper."

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Christine Christie1. Is this sentence correct:"The girl was asking him some questions, and he had A FIT on her."

No. You don't have a fit on people. You just have a fit.

Christine Christie2. By the way, is it correct to say:"He lost his temper."

Yes, that would be much better. For example,

The girl was (just) asking him some questions, but he lost his temper (with her).

The words in parentheses are optional.

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1. "The girl was asking him some questions, and he had A FIT on her."

Is this sentence correct: Yes, except that 'on her' doesn't seem to work well here. I think I might just omit it, and say "The girl was asking him some questions, and he had A FIT."


Note: By this, I mean that he lost his temper. OK, but a fit can also more rarely mean a brief brain seizure of some kind.

2. By the way, is it correct to say:


"He lost his temper." Yes, it is.