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    Which of the options is acceptable, for or to?

    1. I have left her two voice messages. I have left two voice messages ____________ her. (for, to)

    2. Which of the following phrases is acceptable, 'everyday business' or 'daily business'?

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    Re: everyday business

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Which of the options is acceptable, for or to?

    1. I have left her two voice messages. I have left two voice messages ____________ her. (for, to)

    2. Which of the following phrases is acceptable, 'everyday business' or 'daily business'?
    1. for
    2. both are OK in the right context.

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