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    1)Notes to Account.
    1)Notes of Account.

    what is the difference in meaning in above word. I could not understand the difference. Are both of these have same meaning .Please tell me the difference. Does 'to' and 'of', Preposition make the difference
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    Re: GHGHJ

    Quote Originally Posted by laljimarakana View Post
    notes to account and notes of account.
    introduction to computer and introduction of computer.
    solution to quation and solution of quation.

    what is the difference in above sentence
    Welcome to the forum. I have some questions.

    What does your title mean?
    Why have you used no capital letters or punctuation?
    What is "quation"? Have you looked it up in a dictionary?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: GHGHJ

    Quote Originally Posted by laljimarakana View Post
    1)Notes to Account.
    2)Notes of Account.

    1)Introduction to Computer.
    2)Introduction of Computer.

    1)Solution to question.
    2)Solution of question.

    what is the difference in above sentences. I could not understand the difference. Are both of these sentences correct.Please tell me the difference.
    These are not sentences. A sentence is usually thought of as being a complete thought - "I saw the boat". A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. I believe that your question about the three (not two) groups of words above, concerns the difference between "to" and "of". Please write two complete sentences using both "to" and "of" and I can be of more assistance.

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