English teachers, which grammar is correct?
He has history of fall resulting to brain injury.
He has history of fall resulting in brain injury.
resulting to, or resulting in?
- boy boyLv 73 months ago
he has a history of falls ..resulting in a brain injury ...my version ..his brain injury is the result of falls ..he has a history of them
- Anonymous3 months ago
He has some history of falling, resulting in brain injury.
He has a history of falls, resulting in brain injury.
If it is only one fall, it is unlikely to constitute a history.
- sunshine_melLv 73 months ago
Although he'd have a history of falls, not just one
- CatherineLv 63 months ago
Falls, plural, not fall.