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  1. keat
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    The following is taken from a legally binding labor agreement.

    An Employee who is unable to work his regular assignment on a
    calendar day as a result of working on the preceding trip and not
    being available due to the Hours of Service Law will be allowed
    the earnings of his missed assignment for the calendar day with a
    maximum of eight (8) hours pay.

    In the underlined phrase is the word "the" a preposition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keat
    The following is taken from a legally binding labor agreement.

    An Employee who is unable to work his regular assignment on a
    calendar day as a result of working on the preceding trip and not
    being available due to the Hours of Service Law will be allowed
    the earnings of his missed assignment for the calendar day with a
    maximum of eight (8) hours pay.

    In the underlined phrase is the word "the" a preposition?
    No, it is not.

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