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Which is the preposition for 'to leave'? I don't know which is the correct preposition for 'To leave' For example: My boat is ready, and i have a ticket for Sicily. What shoul i say? I'm leaving to Sicily or I'm leaving for Sicily.
Nov 5, 2012 12:23 AM
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" I'm leaving for sicily " Or " I'm going to sicily "
November 5, 2012
Nothing. I'm leaving Paris. I'm leaving home. I'm leaving school. If you are heading somewhere use "for". I'm leaving for Sicily.
November 5, 2012
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