Prepositions after "inculcate"
"inculcate in" or "inculcate into"?
|In 53% of cases inculcate in is used|
|The habit of waking up early should be inculcated in the child.|
|Patton in WWII Germany inculcated in my dad the ability to inspire others through exemplary action.|
|But more importantly it inculcates in the children good values like unity, punctuality, commitment and silence.|
|The upbringing in that environment went a long way in inculcating in us a sense of racial and religious tolerance and amity.|
|Once it is officially ascertained that the gadget is a useless device, every sensible man should take upon himself/herself the responsibility to inculcate in people a sense of questioning.|
|In 13% of cases inculcate by is used|
|As briefly expressed above there is a deeper lying duty in a community that can only be inculcated by a mechanism that fits the needs of the society.|
|The SIS Act even requires it to brief the Leader of the Opposition, so long before Key had become a Prime Minister he had been inculcated by the SIS.|
|In 9% of cases inculcate with is used|
|So, I thought I was going to be inculcated with lovely women.|
|In 3% of cases inculcate over is used|
|Will you convert the majority in one afternoon? Of course not; these stereotypes have been inculcated over decades.|
|In 3% of cases inculcate to is used|
|Values and ethics should be inculcated to people as they mature, as that.|
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