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    Default I need to find a house to live (in).

    I need to find a house to live (in).

    Key Largo is a nice place to live (in).


    Here, is the preposition ' in ' optional in both sentences? Thank you.

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    Default Re: I need to find a house to live (in).

    Quote Originally Posted by jiaruchan View Post
    I need to find a house to live (in).

    Key Largo is a nice place to live (in).


    Here, is the preposition ' in ' optional in both sentences? Thank you.
    No, it's optional in the second, but not in the first.

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    Default Re: I need to find a house to live (in).

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    No, it's optional in the second, but not in the first.
    Any reason? Thanks.

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