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Diversify… into? in? from? (grammar)

Diversify into, diversify in, diversify from

1. INTRODUCTION

The verb diversify is followed by into? in? from? nothing?

Let’s see what English dictionaries say:

 

2. DIVERSIFY… INTO? IN? FROM? (GRAMMAR)

The verb diversify can be used:

  • Followed by into. Example: Most investors are diversify into different stocks.
  • Without preposition. Example: People should always diversify their investments.
  • Followed by (away) from. Example: Humans and chimpanzees diversified (away) from apes.

 

3. REFERENCES

  • Cambridge Dictionary (2022). Diversify. Disponible [AQUÍ].
  • Longman Dictionary (2022). Diversify. Disponible [AQUÍ].
 

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