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    Default Re: "Mention for me" or "Mention me"

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    You think "There is a mention me" is correct? Perhaps "a mention of me"?
    No, I just asked why "There is a mention of me" was incorrect, of course if that is what emsr2d2 meant.

    By the way, is "reference" more suitable of a word for the op's sentence.

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    Default Re: "Mention for me" or "Mention me"

    Quote Originally Posted by euncu View Post
    No, I just asked why "There is a mention of me" was incorrect, of course if that is what emsr2d2 meant.

    By the way, is "reference" more suitable of a word for the op's sentence.
    "A mention of me" would be OK. "A reference to me" would be better, IMO.

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