Productive "in" ? I want to be productive in teaching. Why is the preposition IN used before productive? Is there any other adjective that you can put before the preposition?
Dec 5, 2016 5:11 AM
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"In" is not used before the word "productive," but before the word "teaching." It acts as a preposition to the object of the sentence (in this case, teaching). English uses "in" to mean "within the topic of..." Hope this helps; let me know if my answer is confusing.
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