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    question about preposition

    I wil find a place for you to sleep comfortably.

    I will find a place for you to sleep in comfortably.

    Which is right? I think that gramatically "a place for you to sleep in" is correct. But I observed that people prefer "a place for to sleep".

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    Re: question about preposition

    A place for you to sleep. No further preposition is needed.

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