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Correct anybody please check these sentences for me please?

Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on running me off.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on running off me.
Please don't keep on running John off.
Please don't keep on running off John.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on scolding me.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on blaming me.

Many thanks in advance.
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'Run off' has no meaning for me here.
Thanks,

Isn't that "run off" means scold?
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If it is an idiom, it is not a widespread one; I have never heard it.
Vctory OngThanks,

Isn't that "run off" means scold?

Hi,

To tell somebody off means to scold somebody.
Thanks,

Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on telling me off.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on telling off me.
Please don't keep on telling John off.
Please don't keep on telling off John.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on scolding me.
Please listen to my explanation first and don't keep on blaming me.

Could anybody correct these sentences for me?
Many thanks in advance.
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Hi,

One rule about phrasal verbs which take objects is this: when you have a separable phrasal verb (like tell off) and the object is a pronoun, you must put it between the verb and the particle.
For this reason, you can't write "telling off me". Therefore, your #2 is wrong. You need "telling me off" (as in your #1).

You can write both "telling John off" and "telling off John", though, because objects that are not pronouns can be placed either after the particle or between the verb and the particle.

(To learn more about separable and inseparable phrasal verbs you can have a look at this page ).

I assume you are aware of the fact that blame (#6) is not synonymous with scold (#5).

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PS: This post does not correct your sentences, sorry. Emotion: sad I'll leave this to a more knowledgeable member.