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    What is the proper preposition to use with the noun "preparation" in the sentence "I reviewed the file in preparation ___ conferring with my client"?

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    Re: prepositional phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by Geo III View Post
    What is the proper preposition to use with the noun "preparation" in the sentence "I reviewed the file in preparation ___ conferring with my client"?
    "For".

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