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    Preposition after the Verb "submit" should be

    What should be the correct preposition after the verb " submit" ? Which of the following two sentences is correct ?

    Candidates are required to submit their names to the Principal.

    Candidates are required to submit their names with the Principal.

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    Re: Preposition after the Verb "submit" should be

    Quote Originally Posted by PENDSE View Post
    What should be the correct preposition after the verb " submit" ? Which of the following two sentences is correct ?

    Candidates are required to submit their names to the Principal.

    Candidates are required to submit their names with the Principal.
    "To" is the correct preposition.

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    Re: Preposition after the Verb "submit" should be

    Quote Originally Posted by PENDSE View Post
    What should be the correct preposition after the verb " submit" ? Which of the following two sentences is correct ?

    Candidates are required to submit their names to the Principal.

    Candidates are required to submit their names with the Principal.
    "submit to" also means "to yield or surrender to someone"

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