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They adapt themselves to the change quickly.
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sysko - Jul 17th 2009, 22:10
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blay_paul - Sep 1st 2010, 22:47
They adapted themselves to the change quickly.
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Sentence #305850

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They adapted themselves to the change quickly.

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Comments

  1. Sep 1st 2010, 22:45
    yes, French is past tense too.
  2. Nov 12th 2010, 23:49
    I'd personally say "They adapated to the change quickly", leaving out the word "themselves".

    Could a native confirm that I'm right on this point ?
  3. Nov 12th 2010, 23:57
    I believe both are ok in English and have the same meaning (I'm not a native speaker, though).

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