Tue 27 Oct, 2015 05:25 am
What the difference between using about and not using about?
-Cynthia tells Ash __ the excellent qualities of Garchomp(=a creature).
I think both using about and not using about are correct. But what's the subtle difference? Is it correct to say if we don't use about, it means the telling is done in a more direct way?
WB, I think "about" implies more detail
"About" works here as a preposition setting up what Cynthia tells Ash.
It lends clarity to the sentence.
Excellent answers. Thank you.