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1. He beat/won Don at the game.
2. He won/beat the game.
3. He beat/won the team yesterday.
4. He won/beat at the competition.
(Which verb do we have to use?)

5. She won a bronze medal at the Olypic Games.

6. She got a bronze medal at the Olympic Games.

(Which verb do we have to sue? Are both OK?)

  • English -

    1. > beat
    2. > won
    3. > beat
    4. > won

    5 and 6 are correct.

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