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What's the difference between of and for? what's the difference between of and for, in and at?
25 maj 2013 14:18
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'of ' is used when we are talking about quality and such stuffs of somebody/something. Example: The colour of your dress is very good. 'for' is used when we link something to someone or vice verse. Example: I brought this book for you. It is also used for 'period of time' Example: It has been raining for two hours. 'In' is used for position, situation or time Example: He is in the room. 'at' is used for specific time, location, speed or price etc. Example: He was driving at the speed of 90 miles an hour.
25 maja 2013
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