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    prepositional rules

    Does anybody know of any rules when to use which preposition? i.e. when do I use in, at, by, of ,from etc.

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    Re: prepositional rules

    Welcome to the forums

    Quote Originally Posted by chayk View Post
    Does anybody know of any rules when to use which preposition? i.e. when do I use in, at, by, of ,from etc.
    Start here: Prepositions - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com

    You can also find good information in this site [scroll down to the section on prepositions]: OWL: Handouts: Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling

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