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    Question Proper use of 'at'

    Which of the following is a proper usage

    1. at your own expense

    2.on your own expense


    Please provide us with an appropriate example

    Thanks in Advance
    Sudeep


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    Lightbulb Re: Proper use of 'at'

    Hi sudeep39

    I feel the correct usage is "at your own expense".


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    Re: Proper use of 'at'

    If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be provided for you at government expense

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    Re: Proper use of 'at'

    Example:

    My company pays for my travel expenses, but any entertainment is at my expense.


    Debra


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    Re: Proper use of 'at'

    I think 'at' is the proper preposition. It is same as "Park at your own risk"

    HTH
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    Bhawna

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