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I still have a doubt.
Are the following sentences possible?

1) She accepted to drive me home.
2) Emma blamed me for taking her money.
She accused me of taking her money.

  • English -

    1. She agreed to drive me home. ("accepted" doesn't work here)

    2. both OK

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