Mon 30 Nov, 2020 12:56 am
Which is it?
His longtime direct association with the man confers veracity to his narrative...
His longtime direct association with the man confers veracity on his narrative...
I'm going with 'to'. Not quite sure why, though.
I think it should be 'on'.
You confer something on or upon, not to.
That’s the correct English, but it’s an odd construction.
I love it when roger lends credence to his contention.
Thanks, but I think Deb got me by pointing out the word 'confer'
Good lord, is it going to be fun around here again or something?
I sure hope so. I've been disappointed lately.
I would get rid of confers.
His longtime direct association with the man lends/gives veracity to his narrative.