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    uktous is offline Senior Member
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    across/in/for/of 3 countries

    Hi,

    Question:
    Which preposition I should use?

    Sentence:
    The data show employment rates by gender across/in/for/of 3 countries in 2000.


    Japan male: 30%
    Japan female: 50%
    UK male: 30%
    UK female: 70%
    US male: 30
    US female: 90

    thanks

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: across/in/for/of 3 countries

    I don't like across but the others are fine.

    Rover

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