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Veronica
"Get the offer for your next course" or "get the offer on your next course"?
Jan 13, 2016 12:33 AM
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It depends what you mean, more precisely. I assume in this context: "The man had applied for the university and had been waiting to get the offer FOR his next course". We use "To get an offer on" if you are selling something. E.g. To get an offer on my house (from somebody else who wants to buy it!) Good luck! Tom
January 13, 2016
Veronica
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