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# Are both the forms of the idiom below in bold grammatically

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Are both the forms of the idiom below in bold grammatically correct?

"John was awarded with the medal"
"John was awarded the medal"

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28 Jul 2008, 17:38
mandhan wrote:
Are both the forms of the idiom below in bold grammatically correct?

"John was awarded with the medal"
"John was awarded the medal"

I believe the first is an idoim, and is correct, but the second is just a more generic sentence structure.

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