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    Nordic Bill is offline Member
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    Default "In", "of" ... or perhaps both?

    Which preposition(s) would give this sentence just the right touch?

    "I always laugh my @$$ off at this one particular part (______ the movie)."

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    Default Re: "In", "of" ... or perhaps both?

    Hmm. Both sound fine. There's also, scene in the movie and part of the movie.

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    Default Re: "In", "of" ... or perhaps both?

    Thank you!

    Bill

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