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  1. Helped Wanted
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    Which preposition is better , to or about? Thanks T_T

    She told me of ( or about?) her school and her friends as well as what subjects she studies in school. ( Any corrections needed for this sentence? ) Thanks heaps! Help Wanted T_T

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    Use about:

    • She told me about her school.


    If she told you about her school she described her school to you.

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  3. Helped Wanted
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    Thanks again, Ronbee! ^o^

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