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i dont know wat happened to the post with the same question as what am bout to ask....anyhow.. could anyone help me with this.

1) Ill prove him to be wrong to everyone

2) ill prove that he is wrong to everyone

do these two have similar meanings? is it right to argue that in the first sentence theres an ommision of to be?

it would be of a great help your answers tnx in advance
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Hi,

dont know wat happened to the post with the same question as what am bout to ask....anyhow.. could anyone help me with this. <<< This is really bad English. Emotion: crying

1) I'll prove him to be wrong to everyone

2) I'll prove that he is wrong to everyone

I prefer 'I'll prove to everyone that he is wrong'.

do these two have similar meanings? Yes

is it right to argue that in the first sentence theres an ommision of to be? It's not omitted. If you mean 'Can it be omitted?', the answer is 'Yes'.

it would be of a great help your answers tnx in advance

Best wishes, Clive
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hi clive thank you for answering my question and judging it bad english..u know am not a native american, even so.. would you be kind enough to explain why it is bad english, i just really want to know..tnx Emotion: smile
hi clive thank you for answering my question and judging it bad english..u know am not a native american, even so.. would you be kind enough to explain why it is bad english, i just really want to know and learn as well Emotion: smile
Hi again,

I'm not a native American either. Emotion: smile

dont know wat happened to the post with the same question as what am bout to ask....anyhow.. could anyone help me with this

Let me rewrite it so that you can consider the corrections.

I don't know what happened to the post with the same question as what I am about to ask....anyhow.. could anyone help me with this?

As you can see, here are some things you needed to do to improve your original.

You needed to add the 'I' subjects.

You needed punctuation.

You needed to check your spelling.

Best wishes, Clive
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i totally will consider those corrections clive. the same remark is what i got after writing for my school subjects, thanks a bunch! have a great day!