anonymous
  • anonymous
"...wary of stranger." "...wary to stranger." is there any different between this two sentences?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, wary OF stranger, wary TO stranger to and of are different
anonymous
  • anonymous
how different?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wary "to" stranger makes no sense. From dictionary.com, the word "wary" means "watchful; being on one's guard against danger." You cannot be on guard "to" something or someone. You can be "aware" of them, but not "wary to".

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