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Just a question. Thank you.

I want to be sure that the sentence: "Don't talk about me as ancient" is wrong. It should have been formulated this way "don't talk to me as if I were ancient" which, however, is different from:
"don't refer to me as ancient" (is the last one correct as it is?)
Do you agree with me?

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asked by Henry1
  1. Your second and third sentences are right. The first one isn't really wrong, just awkward.

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