to have a knack for doing something/ of doing something? Which one is correct and what is the difference?
Oct 10, 2019 6:25 PM
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The difference is very slight but they are both correct depending on your context. Here is what Oxford's Lexico says: An acquired or natural skill at doing something. ‘he had a knack *for* communicating’ A tendency to do something. ‘John had the enviable knack *of* falling asleep anywhere’ https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/knack
October 10, 2019
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